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Giving your Photograph an Antique Look This simple tutorial is an alternative method (from many others available on the Internet) for making a photograph look aged. Suitable for Photoshop beginners. Let us start off with a normal full-color photograph. I am using the "Young Teenage Girl" from ShutterStock. Select the photo layer, go to Filter > Noise > Dust and Scratches. Set the Radius to 2 and Threshold 0. Duplicate the photo layer. Select duplicated photo layer, go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. Set Radius to 4. Make a Layer Mask on the duplicated layer. On the mask, create a Radial Gradient as shown in the screenshot below. Download "Vintage Background" from ShutterStock. Resize it to cover the photograph nicely. Go to Image > Adjustments > Desaturate. Set the Blend Mode of vintage background to Soft Light. Download "Grunge Background" from ShutterStock. Resize it to cover the photograph nicely. Go to Image > Adjustments > Desaturate. Set the Blend Mode of grunge background to Multiply. Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness and Contrast. Set the Brightness to 50. Create a Levels Adjustment Layer. Set the values to 15, 1.48, 255. Create a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer. Check on Colorize. Set the Hue to 38, Saturation to 22 and Lightness to 0. And that is all! I have you find this tutorial useful for your future works. Cheers.
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