As Good as Old
Make digital photographs look as if your great-grandfather took them.
Once upon a time, photographers took pictures on a delicate, wonky medium called “film,” which was plagued with defects such as dust, scratched negatives, grain, and colors that faded with time.
USE DIGITAL TO CLICK BACK THE CLOCK
Digital photography eliminated those defects, yet somehow the photographs didn’t quite look like photographs anymore. I found that I missed many of the dirty, human elements of film, so I ended up putting them back into my squeaky-clean digital shots. Here are some tips on how you, too, can ruin, damage, and age modern ...