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anyone have any idea how to porduce this kinda effect in photoshop?

got a bit lomo feel to it




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^ they sort of look cross-processed, which is when you shoot 35mm slide film and get it processed as print film. the colors come out saturated and contrasty, and depending on what kind of slide film you use, the end result will be either cool (blues and purples) or warm (oranges and reds). i know nothing about digital as i shoot 100% film, and really only use photoshop to get spots out and resize, so i have no idea how to do it...but if you want that sort of look, i suggest shooting cross-processed 35mm slide film.

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urban, i love your images! i love the colors, and i do love how well the clothing pops out from the neutral background. i love the strappy shoes that some of the models are wearing! good job!

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okie, managed to edit a few more







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^ they sort of look cross-processed
Agreed.

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you can achieve this colors by changing the curves.
best way is to add a new adjustment layer (the one which says curves) and change red, green and blue and make it a bit lighter. its easy to do but hard to explain, just try.

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you shouldn`t overdo it though
it happens quite fast

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urban, i love your images! i love the colors, and i do love how well the clothing pops out from the neutral background. i love the strappy shoes that some of the models are wearing! good job!
well thanks francesca! you wont believe it but most of those shoes belonged to my mum in the late 80's and early 90's but tell her to look at them now and she wont even dare! yet back then she loved em and couldnt look at the then trendy shoes i was tryin to force her into!:p

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Whateyeesee, you can also do it it by duplicating the layers, make the top layer invisible, so that you can only see the layer underneath, and change the brightness/colour balance on the layer underneath. Put the top layer back into view, and use the eraser at a low exposure and erase some of the tope layer so that the bottom layer shows through in certain areas. I hope I explained that right...you learn a bit when you live with a retoucher.

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nice work urban......


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Beautiful photos everyone :-) Thank you for sharing, do all of you have your own photography websites?

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thanks softie unfortunately i had to pull them down coz they arent yet in circulatuion still workin on them!

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Thank you for sharing, do all of you have your own photography websites?
http://www.pamelareed.com

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i just got 2 more rolls back for the series i've been working on (the photos i posted here before are from the same series) here are a couple from that, more to possibly come later this week


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