How do you guys age a digital image? I have a bunch of events this year I've scheduled where I'm going to shoot everything from WWII reenactments, to Civil War reenactments to a Ren Fest here and there. I really get a kick out of editing these images to make them look vintage (of course the Ren Fest is an exception). How do you do your edits? Here's a couple of samples of edits I did using CS3. Color: Yes, there was color film in WWII. In this shot I used layers, they are: 1) background 2) Gaussian blur (.3%) 3) added film grain 4) burn & dodge layer 5) color adjustment layer 6) curves layer B&W: The same thing, just without color really. I used a textured layer though for this one. 1) background 2) B&W conversion layer 3) grain layer 4) texture layer (pic of old piece of paper) 5) brightness/contrast adjustment 6) curves layer 7) burn & dodge layer I feel with these I've captured the feeling of the period. I scoured the internet looking for authentic pics to guide me... but my Photoshop mojo isn't what I would consider to be all that great. Does anyone have any advice, tips, tricks, etc. for aging a digital picture?