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Retro Color Multitone

Retro Color Multitone (Effect)Original Image

This filter requires Filter Forge 4.0


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  • offers up to 30,000 variations;
  • can be applied to any source image in Photoshop.

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Author: Maxstar

Filter Details

  • Downloads: 1616
  • Requires Filter Forge 4.0
  • Submitted: Dec 29, 2014
  • Usage Rank: High
  • Comments (7)


This filter uses RGB channels for recoloring or toning to create a nice random retro images. A glow effect imitates an overexposed or washed out vintage photo. Glow presence allows to choose how much of glow effect will be present while intensity slider controls the strength of it. Brightness and Contrast sliders are added for final fine tuning (best values are within 45-55). With the colors you can substitute the usual Red, Green and Blue channels with another color. Intense&Inverse sliders determine the color mix. When set to the left (=1) it matches the color and gives a lighter image. When set to the right it inverses the color and makes it darker. When same numbers are used in all three sliders, the image becomes monotone.


retro, vintage, monotone, duotone, tritone, multitone, recolor, toning, glow, washed out, color, old, sepia, cyan


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Filter Controls

  • Color 1
  • Color 2
  • Color 3
  • Contrast
  • Brightness
  • Glow intensity
  • Glow presence
  • C1 Intense&Inverse
  • C2 Intense&Inverse
  • C3 Intense&Inverse