Firstly can you stop closing threads as answered when you know well fine that the customer will want to come back with a further question/clarification/comment. You must know your answer to my question was deceptive and that I would want to ask more yet you deliberately closed it to avoid that.
To return to my original question about split and bi toning
ok! These two things are not the same at all. Here are the roug definitions:
Split toning is a quick and effective way to give a photo a more distinctive look. ... Split toning is just that: toning that is applied to different areas based on luminance values. This allows you to add one color at a certain saturation level to the highlights and another at a different saturation level to the shadows.
That first definiition is from the web... the next two are from your very own website...
Split toning allows you to add a specific color to your highlights and a different color to the shadows. You can also adjust the saturation for both and for even more precision, there is also a balance slider to give emphasis on one color or the other.
Bi-color toning simulates a traditional glass filter by taking two different colors and applies one to the top and one to the bottom with the ability to rotate for a beautiful end result.
So split toning affects the whole image based on luminance value, bi-toning applies to the top and bottom separately.
They are not the same, you can't use split toning to do bi-toning.
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