Photoshop: Create "silvered look" from PSExpress in CS6? Any tutorials?

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Silvered effect in cs6
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Shaun Bollinger

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Bizzle

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It's a shame that no one is replying here!  I love that filter as well. :(
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Pete Green, Customer Advocate

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Hi Shaun,

Not sure specifically, maybe others have a workflow.
This question has been asked by others and here are some of those threads with suggestions --- 

http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3219265
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1477991

Regards
Pete
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Cristen Gillespie

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The Silver Efex Pro these threads keep mentioning is now free from Google, if the posters are interested. There are not only a lot of presets for a one-click solution, and I'm quite sure one of them ought to make just about anyone looking for a filter quite happy, but also there may still be other free presets on the web available for searching. They have been created by some excellent photographers.

I read in those thread several people mention using metallic papers or sending photos to a specialist for printing, but I doubt that's the PSExpress "solution." It's just a filter. SEP takes some effort to learn to use if you don't use its presets, but since it's now completely free, anyone should be happy enough to play with it. I've never found better presets for B&W anywhere.