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   Terry McDonald

A similar effect can be achieved in Lightroom using the Split Toning:
   Highlights Hue: 0
   Highlights Saturation: 0 (no change in colour)
   Balance: -50 (weighted towards Shadows)
   Shadows Hue: 48
   Shadows Saturation: 12

This gives what I feel is a lovely rich brown tone and depth reminiscent of Agfa Brovira paper. Upping the Shadows Saturation to 20 strengthens the tone further. If nothing else, perhaps this is a good starting point for some personal exploration & tweaking.

David Blanchard

@Terry - Nice, thanks!

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