70 Years in 20 Minutes
About 20 minutes of work in Photoshop to age a storefront photo I took last night in Cocoa Village. I've only recently re-started playing with artificially aging photos. You can see my prior, iffy, attempt elsewhere in the galleries.
There are four layers to this: a desat original with adjusted curves; a dupe layer with tinting and noise added; a creased and stained card stock texture; and the Elko border.
I liked the Elko border. I have some photographs from the 1940s of my grandmother in Oklahoma that have this border.
Revisit: And Evening on Lake Washington, 2010
Revisit: Walhalla, South Carolina
Along the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway in northwest South Carolina.
Cumberland Gap National Historic Park
Looking south from observation deck at the top of Pinnacle Road in the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park. The deck is in Kentucky, the town (Cumberland Gap) in the image is in Tennessee. The land between the deck and the town is a very tiny slice of Virginia.
This is a composite of nine separate photographs.
Flowering Field, North Georgia.
Revisit: The Woods in Tennessee
Because Oscar Meyer Has a Way...