Liz demonstrates how to give your photos a classic look with a Levels adjustment layer, as seen in the May/June 2012 issue.
Articles tagged with vintage film look
This is a free set of presets for use with the Perfect Effects plug-in for Photoshop Elements, published by onOne Software.
In the second part of this Instagram-inspired series, Elizabeth demonstrates how to add cool, film-like borders to your photos using the Pattern fill Adjustment Layer.
In this 2nd Instagram-inspired video, Elizabeth shows you how to recreate one of the most popular filters, “Earlybird.”
Elizabeth recreates a unique black and white darkroom technique called lith printing, which produces a grainy texture and soft, warm highlights.
Instagram is one of the most popular apps on the iPhone right now; here’s how to get an Instagram-style look for your photos.
Turn an ordinary photo into an extraordinary one by placing a movable, editable frame above a black and white version of your original.
Learn how to use color, vignettes, and Elements’ built-in filters to make your photos look like they were taken in a bygone era.
Hipstamatic is one of the hottest iPhone apps out there, and it gives a very cool cross-processed, funky, ’70s look to your photos. Mike Rodriguez shows you how you can approximate the effect inside Elements quite easily.
Let’s look at how to create an over-saturated, cross-processed, and high-contrast image otherwise known as Lomography-style photography (or “Lomo” photography).
Get ready to take an ordinary photo and transform it into an extraordinary image by placing a Polaroid-style frame on top of a grayscale version of the same image.
Polaroid film might have gone away, but the frame effect lives on; here’s how to make your own.