What is vintage? The term vintage was originally used to describe the year in which wine was bottled. Later it was used to describe old cars. Eventually it described the look of clothing and a style of fashion. Today vintage applies to photos as well.
The charm of vintage photos Many people still enjoy the distinctive feel of black-and-white photos. But old color photographs of family members, location scenes, automobiles, and technology from the past strike a reminiscent chord with everyone. Transforming today's photos to vintage-style photos evokes that old-time feeling. Thanks to a variety of photo-editing techniques, your current photos can easily be given the vintage look.
Warren is happy to transform present-day photos into vintage (a.k.a. retro) images. Ask the professional photo editor for help in magically recreating the charm of a bygone era for your present-day photos.
On this page, see how Warren gave recent images a vintage look. On the next page, be surprised by four large examples of vintage-looking photos that he created by applying unique digital techniques to contemporary images.
See the First of Three Vintage Transformations Move your cursor on then off this vintage image to see the original full-color, present-day photo of a Mexican guitarist.Note: To see how Warren made this vintage photo pop with additional vintage effects, click here.
The Next Vintage Transformation Move your cursor on then off this image to see the original present-day photo of a motorcyclist in Colorado.
Here's the Third Vintage Transformation Move your cursor on then off this image to see the original present-day photo of a classic Triumph automobile.
The Fourth Vintage Transformation Move your cursor on then off this vintage image to see the recently taken photo of lovers walking together on a shore.
Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.
To discuss your photo editing needs, contact Warren by or phone, 209-795-7661.