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    Default How to get this effect?

    I've been trying to get this 4 the past week but with no success...
    Could some1 save me please? haha... i read the post on cross processing but it seems to be slightly different from this.


    Thanks!!
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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    hey there.. just wondering which effect are you talking about?

    Is it:

    1.) vintage color and look?

    2.) depth of field + blur?

    just curious.

    cheers!

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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    Look like some manual lens shot at wide open.

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    the vintage look.

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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    The trick is to use RGB curves and tweak till you achieve it.

    Then again there probably are many ways to achieve it la.
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    haha thanks! been trying but failed so far.. guess ill keep at it then

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    any of this helps?

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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by mynameisgreg View Post
    I've been trying to get this 4 the past week but with no success...
    Could some1 save me please? haha... i read the post on cross processing but it seems to be slightly different from this.


    Thanks!!
    is this picture shot by you, or you just took from somebody's portfolio to show what effect you want to achieve?
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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    Its looks like Fake Lomography (Its whats its called) since its not using lomo films.

    This one of the technique using photoshop.

    http://www.flickr.com/groups/technique/discuss/12082/
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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    in photoshop
    -> adjustment -> curves -
    you will see default as RGB, change to red tweak it, change to blue, tweak it again, and change to green tweak it until you are happy with what you want.. it hard to get the exact results but getting something similar is possible.

    google cross processing youtube. there should be quite a lot of answers.
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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    Thanks guys. yup i got it from deviant art. its the effect im trying to achieve. i think i sorta got it

    Should i increase the contrast?

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    Default Re: How to get this effect?

    its funny how the film look is making a comeback haha

    pretty simple to do without presets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgy1993 View Post
    its funny how the film look is making a comeback haha

    pretty simple to do without presets...
    Yup... Just shoot film!
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