Creating the Old Photoshop Effect in Image

To make the "old photograph" impact, we'll begin by transforming our unique shading picture into high contrast, and after that we'll include a sepia tone for an antiquated look. We'll include grain and a vignette impact, and we'll make the picture appear as though it has blurred after some time by conditioning down the features, helping the shadows and lessening contrast in the midtones. Also, we'll make the whole impact from beginning to end utilizing just Photoshop's Camera Raw Filter.

To keep the "old photograph" impact non-dangerous, I'll demonstrate to you proper methodologies to apply the Camera Raw Filter as a shrewd channel. This will keep the impact separate from the picture itself so you're not rolling out any perpetual improvements. The first photograph will remain totally safe.

1: Convert the Background layer into a smart object
Let's start in the Layers panel where we see our newly-opened image on the Background layer:
In a moment, we'll use Photoshop's Camera Raw Filter to create our "old photo" effect. But to keep the effect non-destructive, we'll need to apply the Camera Raw Filter as a smart filter. And to do that, we first need to convert the Background layer into a smart object.
Click on the menu icon in the top right corner of the Layers panel:
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