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What filter/s do you need to take a photo like this

 
blur07
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Apr 02, 2009 14:54 |  #1

as the title says what filter/s do you need to take a photo like this. Or can you PP an image in Photoshop to get a result like this?

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Patrick
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Apr 02, 2009 16:18 |  #2

It look overexposed with some contrast and black boosts.
Photoshop.


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ddukshure
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Apr 03, 2009 10:27 |  #3

It looks like a Cross Processing Film Effect is PS, as well as some Exposure and Contrast Fiddles...


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amy.lee
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Apr 03, 2009 14:20 |  #4

I'm kind of new with PP. What are the steps to get this effect?




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Apr 05, 2009 11:50 |  #5

open up the adjustment curves, go to the blue channel and play around with the curves


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Apr 07, 2009 17:55 |  #6

when i look at that photo i see whites made into yellow, and blacks boosted with a slight blue (maybe green too) color - see the road, shadows and the girl's black shirt. so i would start by adjusting curves. for yellow highlights, that means leaving red and green higher than blue. for the blacks, you could bring up all channels, but bring the blue up the most. you can also adjust each RGB curve (shaping it into more of an S-curve) for some different contrast.

at least thats how i would start to copy that effect.


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WhatIsHip
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Apr 09, 2009 23:02 |  #7

There is also some added grain. Worth noting.




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Apr 09, 2009 23:28 as a reply to WhatIsHip's post |  #8

Shoot it on slide film and have it processed as film.


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CarolAnn
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Apr 13, 2009 23:36 |  #9

Pioneer Women Actions Set 2
Seventies or Colorized

and then play around with it from there
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