A Process to Create a Vintage Picture in Photoshop
Do you love the look of old photos? Well you can create that look even with a new photo. In the following tutorial I will explain how to make a photo have that vintage look. There are a just few simple steps to accomplish this effect. This tutorial should be taken as reference that can be tweaked to each persons on preferences. The first thing is to select a photo to be photo shopped. Most people use adobe bridge to catalog photos, In you are new to Photoshop CS5 open photoshop and got to the file tab at the top of your screen click FILE/BROWSE IN BRIDGE and select the photo of choice. Click on the photo and it will open in photoshop. Once the photo is open make a duplicate layer by hitting CTRL+J on the keyboard, this little short cut makes things a little simpler. The reason we make a copy of the photo is to keep the original photo original. If you look to the right side of your screen near the bottom you will see 1 photo with background, this is the original. And the copy will say layer 1 The next step is to name the layer 1; the copy can be named anything that strikes the fancy of the person using this process Now name layer 1. In order to do this simply double click on the title in layer 1. In order to keep things simple and easy to remember use the name “remove color” because we will remove the color. Once the first layer is labeled go to the top of the screen and click the following tabs in order: Image/adjustments/black and white. Here, the black and white dialog box comes up. When this black and white dialog box comes up there will be several options that will require changes to begin the process. In this box move all the sliders to the left this will slightly darken the photo. In this step there is no wrong or right just set them to your preferences. Following this change while keeping the dialog box open click on the Tint check box (which is at the bottom of the dialog box) this will cause a...
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