Applying a LOMO camera effect


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Applying a LOMO camera effect

Another new Guided Edit in the Fun Edits category is the Lomo Camera Effect. This effect mimics the results of specialty film cameras that produce high contrast photographs with shifted saturated colors. I've opened this photo into Guided Edit from the Organizer, or I could do that from the Editor as I've explained. Then I'll go to the column on the right side of Guided Edit, I'll find Fun Edits, and I'll click on the first one, the Lomo Camera Effect. That opens these instructions with a roll over example and the steps are pretty straightforward.

The first step is to shift the color to resemble a cross processed photograph. Cross processing is an alternative color darkroom technique in which film intended for developing in slide chemistry is processed in photo negative chemistry instead, giving you an unusual and highly saturated color like this that you'll see when I click Cross Process Image. If I want a more intense version of this effect, I could click this ...

Applying a LOMO camera effect
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Applying a LOMO camera effect provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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