How to Create a Vintage Cross Processed Photo in Lightroom – Lightroom Video Tutorial

How to Create a Vintage Cross Processed Photo in Lightroom - Lightroom Video Tutorial

Full article and exercise files at – www.slrlounge.com To see all before and after images, visit the SLR Lounge Facebook Photo Album at – www.facebook.com As cameras produce higher and higher quality of images, the desire for creating vintage and lo-fi looking images seems to increase as well. Regardless of why, the vintage cross processed look has become quite popular today. In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to teach you how to create a vintage cross processed look without having to touch Photoshop at all. Now, while we will have more flexibility and control in Photoshop, I think you will find that Lightroom does a fabulous job creating this effect as well. To see all Before and After versions of each image from this tutorial, please visit the Photo Album on the SLR Lounge Facebook Page. Enjoy the Lightroom tutorial. Once you try out this technique on your own, be sure to upload your photos to the comments on this article, or to our Facebook page so we can see how you put these techniques into action!

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8 responses to “How to Create a Vintage Cross Processed Photo in Lightroom – Lightroom Video Tutorial”

  1. jsonsteby09 says:

    Great tutorial! You are really good at teaching! Thank you!

  2. rockymhs says:

    This is freakin awesome. just what i wanted.

  3. mkoz44 says:

    This is exactly what I was looking for! I always played with the sesatura

  4. godschild9503 says:

    Thanks! Nice work

  5. thyster408 says:

    Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing this.

  6. SLRlounge says:

    Sure thing guys, please be sure to “like” and share with others. Enjoy!

  7. TimeBreaker1987 says:

    What a coincidence, I’ve been using the same photo yesterday using a different vintage tutorial (for PS, not LR), because I just felt it’d do very well with the effect. 🙂
    So thanks again for providing the bunch of exercise files!

    Nice tutorial, LR users will be pleased with it 🙂

  8. coyote20030 says:

    Excellent as always! Thank you for all the tutorials!

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