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    Default Old film effect

    Please ignore the subject and other matters but focus on the colour.
    I intend to give a nostalgic feel to the colour. Not sure if this colour setting is alright. Please help? This is before burning and feathering corners. Just wanna know if the colour feels alright to pass off as old film effect.

    Not sure if I am making myself clear. Haha. Please help as much as you can. Thanks in advance.


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    Default Re: Old film effect

    Hmm.. doesn't really look like old film.. just look yellowish.

    Maybe you can try this http://www.flickr.com/groups/techniq...7601062925085/

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    Default Re: Old film effect

    Hey thanks alot! This link is truly useful!

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    this is my try, do let me know what you think, bored out of my skin here



    reduced contrast, added some lens blur, and then grain and tweaked the colors/.saturation further

    xproed version



    with vignetting

    Last edited by night86mare; 6th January 2008 at 06:49 AM.

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    Default Re: Old film effect

    Hey night86mare! Thanks for trying! I used the technique from the link given and did a bit of tweaking. This is what I got. Not sure if i overdid it... but it's a good way to past time. Lol.


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