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Tritones are greyscale images which are tinted in one of many possible ways to add graphic effect. A true monochrome image contains only one colour and is created using only pixels from a scale of greys - usually 255 steps (8 bits) ranging from white (255) to black (0). When a second colour scale is introduced the image is known as a duotone. With the addition of a third colour, the image is known as a tritone.

To create a tritone using Photoshop:

  • Open an image and convert it to greyscale;
  • Optimize the tonal range by setting the white and black points - this is achieved by using the Curves control and selecting the white or black eyedropper;
  • Select Image, Mode, Duotone and click the Type drop-down menu to select tritone;
  • Click the colour swatch to launch the custom colours;
  • Click the required colour to see it applied to the image;
  • Click the second colour swatch to select another custom colour;
  • Click the Tonal Curve adjacent to the first selected colour and drag the diagonal line up or down to add or subtract colour in the relevant tonal area;
  • Click the Tonal Curve adjacent to the second selected colour and drag the diagonal line up or down to add or subtract colour in the relevant tonal area;
  • Repeat the previous two steps until the required tonal changes are achieved;
  • Click OK to execute.
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