Vintage Photo processing looks, how to make them in Photoshop
This Photoshop tutorial will introduce you to 4 processing techniques that were historically used in processing photos. You will learn where these names came from and how to reproduce these effects in Photoshop. Having a knowledge of how they were achieved in the dark room will help you produce more authentic images, instead of just common “filtered” images.
The four techniques we address are
Bleach bypass: skipping the washing process in developing.Collidian wet plate: The main techniques used in early photography, invented by Fred Archer (You want to old west look, here it is)Cross process: using chemicals for one medium on another, produces interesting colors.Autochrome Luminere: The Luminere Brothers invented commercial color photos. Interestingly, they started in Motion pictures, but didn’t feel “there was a future in it”.Watch the video to see more and learn how to produce these looks. I will add the written steps as soon as I can find the time.
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