How can I do this?

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  1. IndieMe

    IndieMe TPF Noob!

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    I love the affect on this photo.

    http://goldenconure.org/images/ewart_gc.jpg

    Was it taken with some type of different camera or is it an affect?

    I'd love to be able to do this, I love old looking photos and black and white.

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    D-50 TPF Noob!

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    Rather than ask how to recreate an effect read up on the basics like exposure, depth of field, shutter speed and aperature and the answer to your question will become obvious. This is nothing more than a shallow depth of field and a small amuont of post processing looks like the hue was adjusted
     
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    Actually it looks like it was cross processed. Google "photoshop cross processing". Normally I'd provide a link but I'm capped and that could take a while.
     
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    Going a different direction, do you mean how the photo has a 3d look shadowed onto a background? That would be something done in photoshop.

    I first thought of the DOF, then noticed the background "border" of the photo and thought that "effect" may suit the question.
     

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