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      Vintage Photo Effect in Photoshop by JuNaiD

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      Step 1: Open the Photo

       

      The photo being used in this tutorial is

       

       

       

      — download it and then open it up in Photoshop. Feel free to use your own photo.

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      Step 2: Curves Image Adjustment

       

      First thing we’re going to do is go to Image > Adjustment > Curves. We’re going to lighten up the photo by clicking on the rightmost eyedropper icon, which we’ll use to set the white point of the image. Click on the brightest white we can find in the photo, which is on the t-shirt of the subject.

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      Step 3: Add a Gradient Map

       

      Now go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map. Click the gradient editor and choose the Blue, Yellow, Blue gradient preset. Check the Reverse option.

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      Step 4: Reduce the Opacity of the Gradient Map Layer

       

      In the Layers Panel, drop the Opacity of the Gradient Map layer down to 30%.

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      Step 5: Add a Curves Adjustment Layer

       

      Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Curves. Make sure this layer is under the Gradient Map layer that we created in Step 3. We’re going to give our image a little more brightness and contrast by adjusting the curves.

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      Step 6: Add an Inner Shadow Layer Style

       

      By default, in Photoshop, the photo you use will be opened as the Background layer and this layer will be uneditable (denoted by a padlock icon). In the Layers Panel, double-click on the Background layer and click OK to unlock it. Next, go to Layer > Layer Style > Inner Shadow and apply the settings shown below.

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      Step 7: Add a Gradient Overlay Layer Style

       

      This is the final step. Go to Layer > Layer Style > Gradient Overlay. Change the Style to Radial and use the Black, White gradient preset as shown below.

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      Optional: Changing the Gradient Map

       

      You can tweak the outcome by double-clicking on the Gradient Map and making adjustments to it. Below, you can see different versions of the final outcome.

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      Tutorial Summary

       

      In this quick and simple Photoshop tutorial, I showed you a way to apply a vintage-inspired photo effect to a regular photo. We performed a Curves image adjustment, added a couple of adjustment layers and we also used layer styles. Below is the final result. If you followed along, feel free to link to your own results in the comments below!

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