TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How to make an old photo effect on photos + light leak effect      REQUESTED TUTORIAL:   overmahead submitted: Do you know any tips to make a picture looks like it was taken on the 90’ or 80’? Well, I don’t know how to explain this. You know those old pictures of yours, when you were a child? That’s it. It’s not a vintage effect or something because I tried every vintage osd and tutorial. It’s not vintage. It’s something like ...

TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How to make an old photo effect on photos + light leak effect REQUESTED TUTORIAL: overmahead submitted: Do you know any tips to make a picture looks like it was taken on the 90’ or 80’? Well, I don’t know how to explain this. You know those old pictures of yours, when you were a child? That’s it. It’s not a vintage effect or something because I tried every vintage osd and tutorial. It’s not vintage. It’s something like ...

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I'm impressed by the science behind some of the answers for this-- must check out this forum more later. sharpening - How can I undo an intentional Gaussian blur when I don't have the originals? - Photography Stack Exchange

I'm impressed by the science behind some of the answers for this-- must check out this forum more later. sharpening - How can I undo an intentional Gaussian blur when I don't have the originals? - Photography Stack Exchange

1. Open the photo in Photoshop. 2. Duplicate the layer that the photo is on (Command + J in the Layers window). 3. Set the new layer’s blending mode to Screen. 4. Duplicate the layer again.5. Apply a Gaussian Blur by going to Filter >> Blur >> Gaussian Blur. Play around with the value. Set the blending mode for this layer to Multiply.

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1. Open the photo in Photoshop. 2. Duplicate the layer that the photo is on (Command + J in the Layers window). 3. Set the new layer’s blending mode to Screen. 4. Duplicate the layer again.5. Apply a Gaussian Blur by going to Filter >> Blur >> Gaussian Blur. Play around with the value. Set the blending mode for this layer to Multiply.

Introduction to the Gaussian Blur Filter in Photoshop - PhotographyPla.net

Introduction to the Gaussian Blur Filter in Photoshop

Introduction to the Gaussian Blur Filter in Photoshop - PhotographyPla.net

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