How do I get this look?

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    I see two elements with this, the landscape uses selective depth of field on the focus and a fairly strong vignette. The other uses a very shallow depth of field and another vignette.
     
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    GIMP LOMO scripts, available from GIMP registry website.
     
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    perfect!!! thanks everyone!!! i reinstalled elements over the weekend so i'm gonna try it out!! :thumbup:
     
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    If you want to do this in photoshop and can tell you how. It's simple.
     
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    Tell me please :D!
     
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    Copy your Background
    Go to Image - Convert for Smart Filters
    Filter - Blur - Gaussian Blur
    Create a mask to block the Gaussian Blur from affecting the small blue houses

    Create a new layer - Fill the layer with black - Apply Soft Light blend mode - Get the brush tool and paint with white everywhere but what you want to be darkened like seen on the concrete in the bottom of this photo

    If you need any more help let me know.
     
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    The easy way:

    Shoot film, preferably expired


    The hard way:

    Photoshop
     
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    robertwsimpson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    saturation up
    overly sharpen photo
    contrast up
    add vignette

    I like to mess with the white balance a little bit too sometimes. and on photos like that, I don't use any noise reduction, because I like the grain.
     

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