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How to give Vintage effect?

Postby Techinfo20 » Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:42 pm

Hi,

I am using PhotoImpact X3 and how can i give vintage photo effect to my picture (Jpeg)?
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Re: How to give Vintage effect?

Postby trueblue » Mon May 23, 2016 11:18 pm

PhotoImpact is now an old programme and will never be updated and eventually be completely unavailable. There is a more favourable software PSPX8 to create photographic effects. Try Photo and Adjust for commands to change colour/effect. Alternatively, find a photographic plugin and add it to PI.
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Re: How to give Vintage effect?

Postby Techinfo20 » Mon May 30, 2016 2:19 pm

Hi,

Thank you for the information.
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Re: How to give Vintage effect?

Postby trueblue » Sat Jun 04, 2016 12:48 am

There are a set of tutorials for beginner's of PhotoImpact. You can find them here: http://the-bw-board.com/index.html
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Re: How to give Vintage effect?

Postby Techinfo20 » Sat Jul 16, 2016 12:36 pm

Hello,

Thank you and i went through the link and it was very useful.
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Re: How to give Vintage effect?

Postby mozav » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:48 am

Hello.
Thanks for the info.







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Re: How to give Vintage effect?

Postby timtak » Tue May 22, 2018 10:30 pm

8 months late but, just in case any one else is interested in how to get a vintage effect.

To get black and white click Ctrl + E or Photo > Color > Hue and Saturation and reduce Saturation to -100 for black and white. Click Okay.

Then click Ctrl + E again and click on the colourize radio button. Chose a Hue in the top slider of about -150 for sepia and reduce the saturation again to about -70 for a sepia toned monochromatic image.

There is probably a vignetting frame thing somewhere but I am not sure where. I use an elliptical mask with a soft edge for when I want to mimic visual fields. Lens vignetting as produced by vintage photography would have a circular vignette so...

Create a new image that is considerably larger than the image you want to vintagey-fy, Click on standard selection tool and choose a circular (for square) or elliptical (for rectangular photos) selection area from the horizontal tool bar (normally it is rectangular by default so you need to click on the rectangle), give the selection area a very soft edge of maybe 100, select a circle/ellipse in the centre of your image that is a little smaller than the centre of the image you want to vintage-fy. A blue dotted circle will appear in the centre of the white image. Right click on the area outside of this circle and chose "invert" so that you have selected a round/elliptical frame. Use the bucket tool to make this a black soft edged frame. Then copy and paste it onto the image you want to vintagey-fy. Select the frame and increase its transparency to about 12 so that the edges are not black but darker.

I used the method above on this family photo
https://www.flickr.com/photos/nihonbunka/30717127844/
to create this
https://www.flickr.com/photos/nihonbunk ... hotostream
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