[Photoshop Tutorial] Creating a Vintage Look Part 1: An FS PPT by Sean Armenta
Hello Fstoppers! My name is Sean Armenta, and this is my little spot on Fstoppers called The Post Production Tutorial. If you enjoy these videos, feel free to subscribe to my new Fstoppers PPT Youtube Channel for the latest updates. Feel free to connect with me on the right side bar and I’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have about retouching.
This time around we have a new post production project to work on – and that is how to create that popular retro/vintage/hipster look using Photoshop. Now we are all familiar with mobile apps such as Hipstamatic and Vignette that easily create cool-looking snapshots, and I’m sure there are tons of actions and plugins that can achieve this look. However, you can create a totally unique look to your photographs with some curves adjustment layers, custom brushes, and a little elbow grease. Let’s start with the first in this mini-series – how to add a faux cross-processed, vintagey color palette to your photograph.
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As always, I truly appreciate all the emails, and I am glad these tutorials have been helpful to you.