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Hi guys, I'm taking some shots of a local band soon (family and friends) and I have a few ideas in my head of one of the shots I am after, but I need some help, in the execution.
The actual set up and lighting I don't think will matter, what I am after is getting that old 70s (and before) feel to the picture, a bit like the old cine film type effect on a photo,
a bit like this one, is there a way with photoshop?
Hope that makes sense?
Cheers in advance
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Have a google around for a Photoshop Plugin Filter called " Technicolor " or something like that....
Sorry I can't be more specific, Its been a while since I dealt with that filter.
I'll have a look, If I find it, " I'll Be Back "
So Here its been hiding for a year or two.....
Click here, Then select " Technicolor " from the list provided.
Checked this site out, Seems fairly safe... Some of these freebie sites can be a pain..
Anyhow its made by a company called Red Paw Media, But at this time they are not trading, Although the plugin is avail on the link, Via Brothersoft.
Boost the Red Channel in curves layer(from the midpoint, push it up towards the top left corner), push the brightness about 10% and then add a pale brown solid colour layer and blend it at approx 10% and use hard light.
That's the base that I use, just needs minor tweaks to get the final result.
i don't know if the OP used the link or whatever..
i spotted this last night & fancied the plug in thingy myself
used the link, downloaded it no prob, it's on my PC
.....errrr am probably being thick but how on earth do you get it to actually appear/work on photoshop??!! :-(
bear in mind i'm a technophobe
Matt, i'll be having a go your way too
You need to copy the add-on into the plug-ins folder for your photo editing software. You will find it in the program files.
riiight.... i'll see if i can manage that! thanks
Matt, I think the problem Jo is having is that the download gives you a .TAR.GZ compressed file which not a lot of people have too much knowledge of.
PM me Jo and I'll email you the un-compressed file, or you can go to the Gzip website and download their utility yourself.
I downloaded it, and unzipped it using WinRar, I got a CS file ready file which drops straight in to the plug-ins folder.
Ah yes but you're clever!
Hansom is as hansom does!
You saying I'm ugly!
Quote: Ah yes but you're clever!
Jo, I know where he lives, in case you want the address to go and clobber him
Quote: You saying I'm ugly!
Didn't I meet you at the Ugly Bug Ball?
:-( well i tried...it says it's the wrong kind of document & can't open...
a zip file
oh blimey..... im getting very confused
yes, it doesn't take much doing
will PM ta!
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