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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 6:43 pm 
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I've been trying this now and all the tutorials I can find aren't what I want.
Now I don't mean the silly little white boxes with drop shadows, I mean the actual Polaroid effect.
It looks slightly washed out, but I might have the terminology wrong.
I haven't been using photoshop long so I'm not sure how to achieve this effect.

This is the sort of image I mean.

http://www.jamesryang.com/polaroid1.jpg

Any suggestions anyone?

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Edd!


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From what I can see, reduce saturation, increase exposure and create an overlay with a very slight blur.

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