Hi all, What tips does anybody have for giving a digital image a 60's feel? I'm doing the stills for a shoot next week and they need to be provided digitally. It's a short film about a Soviet cosmonaut preparing for launch in the early 1960's and I've been asked to make some of the shots look like genuine 60's products. It's for a digital press kit so the shots need to be digital anyway, plus I don't want ALL the shots to have this feel so it probably needs to be something I can do in Photoshop with RAW files. Here's something from the filming brief: "The film should look almost 60's. There should be a very authentic feel to the whole piece. This will be achieved with a combination of set design and costuming and also in the grade. The film should have a very grainy look and a strange grade to match the references." I've got some ideas and tried this sort of thing before, but have never nailed a definite technique for doing it. I'll be supplying this before I see the film so going to be tricky to match it! But I can at least provide something that looks like 60's photography.