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new image from old shot taken in 2012


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It would be cool to post process it with a vintage look. This photo could pass for a photo shot in the 1930s - '50s with vintage processing.
 
It would be cool to post process it with a vintage look. This photo could pass for a photo shot in the 1930s - '50s with vintage processing.
I’ll give that a try! It’s a shame the technology still being used in the 21st century is still so “vintage.”
 
I'm an electrician but don't fancy tackling that.
 
It would be cool to post process it with a vintage look. This photo could pass for a photo shot in the 1930s - '50s with vintage processing.
I gave it a try, with my limited skills. Now I'm more aware of the (modern) replacement windows.

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Your edit complements the photo much better imho. I usually try different setting and save a bunch a versions then decide.

Vintage photos usually are a bit of sepia color, softer contrast, and higher grain.
Here's one from the internet. Yours could pass from the same era. Great title btw.
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Thanks so much Michael! I went back and lowered the contrast and black point, played with the color, increased the "grain," learned something and had some fun.

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