By Seán Duggan | Thursday, February 26, 2015
As photographers, we go to great lengths to make our photographs look “perfect.”
But sometimes the presence of obvious imperfections and even traces of physical damage can add intriguing qualities to an image and make it more interesting than a clean, polished version.
I’m going to show you where to find that antique or distressed look—and how to add it to your images for a vintage photo effect.
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