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If there isn't a way to do it... how would someone write a tutorial? :lol:

I'm guessing youj could mess with saturation/brightness/contrast.

Fiddle with Curves - I'm gonna try this -it ooks cool.

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You seem to misunderstand my humor:

Is there a way to do this?

If not, can someone write a tutorial?

You ask if it's possible, and then say that if not, you'd like someone to write a tutorial...

:P

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make a new layer over your picture, fill with white,select a rectangle smaller than the canvas size, gaussian blur it. Set the layer's opacity to 64.

select the original layer, and run curves.

Set it to RGB mode

For blue, put a dot on the far left 1.5 squares up, and on the far right, another dot .5 squares down

for red and green. make it so they reach maximum value just before they reach the far right.

Hope this helps. :)

 

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I would think yellow or blue because of photograph deterioration. The vintage style sponges off primarily from old photos, and with them being old comes also their degradation in yellow or blue hints. By and large due to the chemicals used for the production of the photograph.

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