That's the portrait whose vintage atmosphere I'd like to simulate in my "normal" portraits.
Do you know a default or a famous (and available on the web) preset which provides similar effects?
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This effect can be obtained with adjustment layers, with the advantage that these layers can be applied to different images without altering the original. Of course, the type of shot and scene influence the final result. Starting from this image
First of all, the example photo has grain. This is obtained with a layer, gray 50%, with a noise filter 12%, Soft light mode
Adding an adjustment photo filter layer, dark brown color (#362221 in this example) at 90%, Saturation mode:
Desaturate the photo with a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer, saturation= -30%:
To even out the yellowish-white of the paper, another photo filter adjustment layer, yellow (#ffe243) at 25%:
Edit after @Tetsujin comment
I didn't see it, there's a texture of brush strokes throughout the photograph except for the skin of the model. A top layer with the masked models filled with a pattern of this texture, overlay, 25%
I would suggest you create your own adaptive preset.
I used three masks:
I then saved it as a user preset only applying the masks and supporting fading the edits (amount slider).
Now, when the preset is applied the AI masks will select the subject(s) and background in the new image and apply the edits. Any other global edits you have made in the other adjustment panels will not be overwritten. The preset can be faded out or applied extra heavy as I did here (113%). And the separate masks can be modified as well as the adjustments they apply.
You can professionally create an old atmosphere in a photo in the Lightroom software in the basic or general section by manipulating the color section and increasing the temp level to warm and at the same time by reducing the vibrance level, you can somewhat change the atmosphere of a photo as The old one changed, because usually the old photos that were the result of negatives have a warm color temperature and usually do not have high color saturation, and even on the surface of the photo paper there are scratches and noises, although in Photoshop software you can This made it possible, but because the Lightroom software is specifically related to photo editing for photographers, so my opinion is that you should do this in Lightroom because the access and change in the hls and hlv levels are separated in the color channels. with a much higher speed and ease, and even if it is necessary to make the above-mentioned changes in a non-global and segmented manner on certain parts of the photo by creating different masks and easily able to do it Therefore, if this photo is in my possession, by increasing the amount of tint, temp and ka The vibrance hash "not the color saturation" will bring the photo almost to the old photos, and you can even change the photo almost to monochrome "without color" and globally, the whole image with the white balance level will be somewhat warm. Brown, if you don't need color in the image.