Not long before the advent of digital came the beginning of Instagram and the love of everything vintage. Write For UsIf you are a photographer and you have a tip to share or want to display and talk about some of your best photography, you could write for us and share your ideas and tips.
While aged photos offer a distinct look, they can take quite a bit of editing to get that way–but hold on, some vintage looks can be captured directly on a digital DSLR, no Photoshop needed. A freelance writer and photographer, she's always keeping track of the latest photography news and gadgets. With a bit of knowledge and pre-tweaking, you can capture vintage-looking photos without any editing at all. Here’s five easy techniques that will blow Instagram cell phone images out of the water. Pair a digital camera with an old film camera In The Bokeh Forest By 55Laney69 Probably one of the most popular Instagram effects is to make digital images look aged. Through the viewfinder photography is a technique that uses both a film camera and a digital camera. Through the viewfinder photography is pretty straightforward: Use the viewfinder of the old camera as a a€?filtera€? for the digital camera. Line up the cameras so that you are shooting with the digital camera through the viewfinder of the old camera.

Vintage cameras with large viewfinders, like the big waist-level viewfinders on a twin reflex camera, usually work best, but different types of cameras will get you a different effect. This is usually done in two ways, adjusting the color before you shoot, or using in camera editing to adjust the shot. To shoot in black and white with no conversions, locate the camera’s color settings in the menu. If you’re not looking for a black and white, you can still create an aged look by adjusting the color settings this way.
Use a muted color setting and turn up the reds for that 70s look (Instagram’s 1977 filter), or try adding in more yellow. Find the image on the LCD screen and access the editing menu, often just by hitting the menu button, but different camera models differ. Transform a DSLR into a pinhole camera Trafalar Street Station Underpass by Domonic Alves Another way to get that dreamy, old film effect (outside of actually using film of course, like the image above), is to create a pinhole cap for your DSLR.
In an in-depth tutorial, Digital Camera World suggests drilling a hole into the DSLR’s body cap. Pin hole cameras need long shutter speeds, so make sure you have a tripod handy to get the most out of this effect. You can nail that golden look as you shoot, without any post-processing, and it’s actually quite simple.

Depending on what type of lighting you are shooting in, one of the camera’s preset white balances will give the images a warm glow. If the presets aren’t quite exact, a golden glow can be achieved using the preset manual white balance and a warm card.
A warm card is used just like a white balance card, only it creates that warm glow instead of a perfect white balance. Create a double exposure The iconic double-exposure didn’t fall to the wayside with digital. In fact, most digital cameras allow you to take a double exposure directly on the camera, no Photoshop needed. The exact steps vary by what type of camera you are using (and not all models offer this feature.

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