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Image transformation - Vintage Classic
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January 7, 2015
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Last October, I had the permission to make a series of photo of a property dating to the colonial period of my country. They all came out nicely but then I thought why not give them a ‘Vintage Classic’ look. I am sharing one of the here.

I look forward to your comments and feedback.

Thank you

Rachid

 

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They came out very nice. Both of them. So I prefer the color one. Love the combination on blue and green. 

July 4, 2019
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I advise you to work more with levels.
The very essence of vintage style implies a specific approach to the balance of colors and their saturation in the frame. It is important to remember here that a true “vintage” photo is never overly bright. You can get a similar effect in several ways.
The simplest of them is the change of contrast. Its reduction will give photos of a larger plane, reduce the “volume” inherent in modern images. When working in the Photoshop graphic editor, a similar operation can be performed using the Layer-New adjustment layer-Levels command, the selection of which adds a new adjustment layer to the photo, one of the main advantages of which is that the effect is applied only to a part of the frame, the ability to quickly return to the source.

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