Uncovering Toy Cameras and Polaroid Vintage Effects (With Photoshop Tutorials)

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Since its emergence, the digital photography market has gradually supplanted the traditional one. Digital compact and SLR cameras entered our lives, and some people announced the death of silver-based images. This is not all lie, and yet old-fashioned images have been particularly popular in the past few years. All we do seem to do now is try to recreate the atmosphere of those bygone times anyway. Blurry, distorted and over-saturated images are not just a fad anymore. People have became familiar with the style and even consider it a full-fledged photographic genre.

And this is where toy cameras play a role. These devices, made entirely of plastic, including often the lens itself, are not only toys. Sure, they cost next to nothing and have no controls to speak of, but this is what people like about them: they create unpredictable pictures, with equally unpredictable vintage effects. Once you understand this, the rest is a beautiful game. Take them anywhere, anytime, and photograph whatever you like.

由于它的出现,数字摄影市场已逐渐取代了传统之一。轻便型数码相机和单反相机走入我们的生活,有的人宣布了银基图像死亡。这是不是所有的谎言,但老式的图片已在过去几年里特别受欢迎。我们所做的一切似乎现在要做的就是尽量再现这些过去的时光气氛反正。模糊,扭曲和过度饱和的图像不只是一种时尚了。人们熟悉的风格成为,甚至认为这是一个完全成熟的摄影风格。

而这正是玩具相机发挥作用。这些设备,完全由塑料制成,其中包括经常镜头本身,不仅是玩具。当然,他们的成本几乎为零,没有控制可言,但是这是人们对他们是:他们创建同样难以预料的影响不可预测的复古照片。一旦你明白这一点,剩下的就是一个漂亮的比赛。带他们在任何地方,任何时间,不管你喜欢和照片。

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How does this apply to modern design? Now that vintage websites are so trendy, why not look to this type of image for inspiration? You probably don’t want to go through the trouble of taking up silver-based photography because that would mean buying, developing and scanning film, maybe even making prints. That takes time and is expensive.

What you can do, though, is use the magic of Photoshop to make your ultra-sharp, high-definition images look like they were taken with one of these cameras. Below are a list of the most famous toy cameras and some tutorials that can be used to recreate their famous effects. Most of them are part of the Lomography movement, but you might also want to consider some other options in trying to recreate that authentic look. You also may be interested in our previous article “The Disturbing Beauty of Oversaturated Pictures and Lomography.”

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Famous Toy Cameras

Toy cameras are cheap, low quality and yet functional. As such, the deformations in the photos they produce are pronounced, and not all images are guaranteed to be perfectly exposed. Still, there are just so many of them these days that picking a few is hard. The ones presented here have paved the way for the success of the others. You may know them but not the stories behind them?

Diana

Let’s start where it all began. Picture yourself in Hong Kong in the early ’60s, when a factory starts producing the Diana. This inexpensive plastic-body camera was at the time usually given away as a novelty gift. Occasionally, it would be used by actual photographers who took advantage of the various effects it produced. And many effects there were. Because of the poor quality of materials used, the Diana camera was disposed to light leaks, leading to film damage, an effect typically fixed by sealing the seams with light-proof tape. Handy, huh?

But the plastic body wasn’t the most interesting part: it was the lens, also made out of plastic. Not only did it enhance the already low contrast created by the light infiltration, but it also made for odd color rendering, chromatic aberration and blurry images. As if this weren’t enough, the image circle only marginally covered the diagonal of the film frame, which is why Diana images have heaving vignetting.

这如何适用于现代的设计?现在,复古时髦的网站是如此,为什么不看这种类型的图像中寻找灵感?你可能不希望通过接手银基摄影麻烦去购买,因为这将意味着,发展中国家和扫描胶片,甚至使打印。这需要时间,而且价格昂贵。

你可以做什么,不过,是使用Photoshop的神奇,使您的超清晰,高清晰度图像看起来像他们与这些相机一所。下面是其中最有名的玩具相机和一些可用于重新创建他们著名的效果教程列表。他们中的大部分是Lomography的运动的一部分,但你可能还需要重新考虑在试图寻找一些,真正的其他选择。您也可能有兴趣在我们以前的文章“过饱和图片和Lomography的干扰美。”

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著名的玩具相机
玩具相机价格便宜,质量较低,但功能。因此,他们所生产的照片是明显的变形,而不是所有图像都保证是完全暴露出来。不过,目前只有这么多,这些天来采摘一些是很难的。这里介绍的那些已经铺平了对别人的成功方式。你可能不知道他们,但背后的故事?

黛安娜
让我们从那里开始的。图片在香港自己在60年代初,当工厂开始生产的黛安娜。这种廉价的塑料体相机在通常按新奇礼物离开的时间。有时,这将是谁使用了它产生的各种影响,实际利用摄影师。而且有许多作用。由于采用优质的材料差,戴安娜相机倾向于漏光,导致膜损伤,通常是密封,避光的接缝胶带固定的效果。方便,是吧?

但塑料的身体并不是最有趣的部分:它的镜头,也由塑料制成了。它不仅提高了低对比度已经渗透创造出来的光芒,但它也为奇色,色差和模糊的图像制成。好像这还不够,只有轻微的成像圈覆盖的电影画面,这就是为什么戴安娜图像有起伏暗角对角线。

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As photographers started to deliberately exploit these characteristics, production grew through the ’70s and opened the way for other toy camera manufacturers.

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Lomo LC-A

This is where things get a bit tricky, so pay attention. It’s now the beginning of the ’90s, and for a few years the Russian factory Lomo PLC has been producing the Lomo LC-A camera, which basically has all of the characteristics of a toy camera (vignetting in particular). But production was stopped, and the camera was all but forgotten until two Austrian students found one at a flea market in 1991 and decided to exploit its marketing potential. They convinced the director of the Lomo PLC factory to relaunch production and negotiated an exclusive contract for distribution with their brand-new company: Lomography AG.

lomo的LC -a
这就是事情变得有点棘手,所以要注意。这是现在的90年代开始,几年俄罗斯PLC的工厂烙馍烙馍已生产的LC -一个摄像头,基本上有一个玩具相机(尤其是暗角)的所有特性。但生产已停止,相机被人遗忘,直到两个奥地利的学生在跳蚤市场找到一个在1991年决定开发其市场潜力。他们说服了烙馍PLC的工厂重新开始生产总监和谈判一个与自己的品牌,新公司的独家分销合同:Lomography的公司

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And here begins the Lomography movement. If the term is familiar to you, you probably know at least two things about it. First, it promotes casual snapshot photography. Second, it is associated with over-saturated and high-contrast images. To confuse things, this second characteristic has nothing to do with the LC-A camera itself or with any other cameras for that matter. It is actually the result of the way the film is processed, which would usually be cross-processing. But Lomography is a movement, not a technique, and it was certainly the first to promote camera imperfections as an aesthetic. The success of the LC-A camera helped spread this aesthetic.

在这里开始了Lomography的运动。如果你熟悉的术语,你可能知道关于它至少有两个东西。首先,它促进随意抓拍。其次,它与过饱和,高对比度的图像。迷惑的东西,这第二个特点无关,与LC -阿相机本身或与此有关的任何其他相机。它实际上是电影的处理方式,这通常是跨处理结果。但Lomo摄影是一种运动,而不是一种技术,它肯定是最早推广作为审美相机的缺陷。矢的,一台照相机成功帮助传播这种审美。

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Holga

With the success of this movement, Lomography AG became interested in other low-cost cameras, such as the Holga, which had been produced in China for a decade. Even though it was made by a different manufacturer, the Holga was considered the successor of the Diana. Inspired by its predecessor, the Holga was designed as an inexpensive mass-market camera. And like the Diana, it is not of the best quality and has the same flaws.

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But the Holga became popular and was even exported to the West over time, mostly for photo-reporting, for which its low profile was appreciated. Its problems were no longer problems, and now it is not surprising to hear of Holga photos winning awards. Because it is entirely manual, one can create effects, such as double exposure and panoramas, by not winding the film.

但是,Holga开始流行,并出口到西方,甚至随着时间的推移,多为照片申报,是其低姿态表示赞赏。它的问题不再是问题,现在这并不奇怪听到Holga获奖照片。因为它是完全手册,可以制造效果,例如双重曝光,并通过不缠绕全景电影。

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ActionSampler, SuperSampler, Oktomat

These three cameras don’t have many differences. They all take multiple shots in a set period of time, thus creating micro-images that look like short animated movies. The Actionsampler and Supersampler have four lenses each, while the Oktomat has eight, fitting eight frames into the standard 35mm.
这三款相机没有太多的分歧。它们都在一个设定的时间内拍摄多张照片,从而造成微短的动画图像,像看电影。该Actionsampler和Supersampler每个有四个镜头,而Oktomat有八个,装修成标准的35毫米八帧。

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To make them a bit more fun, what you see through the viewfinder is not exactly what you get.

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Lomo Fisheye 2

As the name suggests, the Lomo Fisheye camera has a fish-eye lens. It was the first 35mm compact camera to offer such a wide angle (170°), and unlike the other toy cameras covered here, it gave surprisingly good results for the price. The second edition came with several enhancements, such a viewfinder that covered the same angle as the lens (it was blocked off before).

LOMO的鱼眼镜头2
正如其名称所暗示的,烙馍鱼眼照相机有鱼眼镜头。这是第35毫米紧凑型相机提供如此广泛的角度(170 °),不像其他玩具在这里介绍相机,它给的价格效果出奇的好。第二版来了几个增强功能,如取景器,涵盖的镜头相同的角度(这是封锁之前)。

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The effect created, often seen in sport images, can serve many other purposes. But the user should be aware of two major characteristics: strong deformation and light leaks.

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Photoshop Tutorials And Resources

Now, let’s put all this into practice. Even if you are familiar with these effects, have ever actually tried to replicate them? There are a lot of different effects, and you can combine them to create unique images.

现在,让我们落实了这一切。即使你是熟悉这些影响,其实曾经试图复制他们呢?有许多不同的效果很多,你可以结合他们创造独特的形象。

Faking the Holga Camera and Fisheye Lens

How to Fake a Holga Photograph
This tutorial shows you how to fake Holga photographs in a few simple steps.

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Another Way to Fake a Holga Photograph
Another tutorial on faking Holga photographs.

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Fish-eye effect
This shows you how to create a fish-eye effect for a picture taken with a regular lens. This one is a video and it addresses two important points: the lens circle border is not supposed to be so sharp when taking a fish-eye photograph, and one often deals with light infiltration.

这表明你如何建立一个与普通镜头拍摄的照片鱼眼效果。这一个是一个视频,它解决了两个重要观点:镜头圈的边界不应该如此尖锐时,采取了鱼眼照片,人们往往用灯光渗透处理。

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Fish-eye effect
Another fish-eye tutorial. It doesn’t show how to distort the image, so you will have to add this step yourself, but it adds a nice final touch to the image by using a picture of the inside of a fish-eye lens.

另一个鱼眼教程。它没有说明如何扭曲的形象,所以你必须自己添加这一步,但它增加了使用的鱼眼镜头在图中,一个漂亮的最后触摸到的图像。

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Recreating Low-Quality Camera Flaws

Vignetting
A very simple tutorial on recreating the vignetting effect.

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Soft-Focus Lens Effect
What if you’re already happy with the contrast and color saturation of your image and just want to recreate the effect of a soft-focus camera lens or diffusion filter? In this tutorial, you’ll learn a fast and easy way to add a more traditional soft-focus lens effect to images.

如果您已经对您的图像对比度和色彩饱和度幸福的,只是想再现了一个软焦点镜头或扩散过滤器的效果?在本教程中,您将学习一种快速简便的方法来添加更多的传统的软焦点透镜效应的图像

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Faking Barrel Distortion and Chromatic Aberrations
Here is a nice Photoshop plug-in to fake barrel distortion and chromatic aberrations. Adding these effects to your pictures will make them look even more authentic.

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Light Leaks Effect, Part 1 and Part 2
Of course, this article wouldn’t be complete without a great tutorial on light leak effects. Here is an awesome one, divided into two parts, each covering a different effect: a white-blur light and a colored bar leak.

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Working on Colors and Light Exposure

Getting That X-Pro Lomo Look
This tutorial is fairly quick and easy. It shows you how to get that great x-pro Lomo look by tweaking color. You’ll be exploring a new method of vignetting, and you’ll be widening and blurring the image a little.

本教程是相当快捷方便。它表明你如何让这个伟大的X亲烙馍通过调整颜色看看。您将探索一种新的方法渐晕,你会扩大和模糊的图像一点点。

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Cross-Processing Tutorial
With so many possible permutations of film stock and processing techniques, there is no single, identifiable look to cross-processed images. The most common combination is C-41 as E-6, in which slide chemistry is used to process color negative film; and mimicking it in Photoshop is a quick job. Image contrast is usually high, with blown-out highlights, while shadows tend towards dense shades of blue. Reds tend to be magenta, lips almost purple and highlights normally have a yellow-green tinge.

随着电影胶片和加工技术等许多可能的排列,没有一个单一的,可识别看跨处理图像。最常见的组合是C – 41为E – 6,其中幻灯片化学是用来处理彩色负片,以及它在Photoshop模仿是一种快速的工作。图像对比度高,通常是吹时,突出显示,而阴影走向蓝色色调趋于密集。红军往往是紫红色,紫色,嘴唇几乎亮点通常有一个黄绿色色调。

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Cross-Processing
Another cros-processing tutorial.

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Vintage Effect
Age your images a give them a vintage effect.

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Using Textures and Double Exposure

Through the Viewfinder
Did you know that Flickr has a Through the Viewfinder group? The idea is that you shoot through the viewfinder of an old camera using your modern digital or film camera and create an interesting framing effect. Here is a tutorial on how to create this effect.

你知道吗,Flickr的取景器已通过一组?这个想法是你射穿一个老使用先进的数码相机或胶片相机取景器,并创建了一个有趣的框架效应。下面是关于如何创建这种效果教程

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Resources of Speckle Pattern
Yes, there is also a Flickr group called “Noise and Dust Through the Viewfinder.”

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Paper Texture Effect
Here is a quick and easy tutorial for those who want to learn the art of taking a photo and turning it into an old-fashioned vintage picture.

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Some More Paper Texture Effect
Another tutorial (this one a video).

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Filmstrip Effect
Download a filmstrip template and use it to create negatives of your pictures.

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Double Exposure
When you take a double-exposed photograph, the results are usually a bit unpredictable. With Photoshop you have much more control over the result.

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Another Way to Create Double Exposure
While the most common way to create a double exposure is by using a different blending mode on the top layer and adjusting its opacity, this method accurately simulates how a camera takes a double exposure.

而最常见的方法来建立一个双重曝光通过使用一个不同的顶层的混合模式,并调整其不透明度,此方法准确地模拟如何把一个摄像头的双曝光。

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Other Ideas

No tutorials are needed to create these effects. They are included here merely to give you more ideas. You’ll still need to work on your pictures to get that vintage look. Then, just put them together and enjoy.

没有教程需要创造这些影响。它们包含在这里只是给你更多的想法。您仍然需要在您的图片的工作就是让这经典的外观。然后,只需把它们放在一起享受

Shoot Series Like the Oktomat and the Actionsampler
Draw inspiration from the Oktomat and Actionsampler cameras. You’ll get either four or eight images in the same frame, each of them having been shot after an interval of only a few seconds.

吸取Oktomat和Actionsampler相机的灵感。你会得到相同的4个或8帧图像,他们每个人已被后仅几秒钟的时间间隔拍摄

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Shoot Series like the Supersampler
The Supersampler effect is quite similar to the Actionsampler: four images in the same frame, but spaced differently. And remember that you can arrange layers both horizontally and vertically.

该Supersampler效果是相当类似Actionsampler:四在同一帧图像,但间隔不同。同时请记住,你可以安排在水平和垂直层。

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Panorama 1
Panorama images don’t necessarily have to be perfectly arranged. Here is an example of what else can be done.

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Panorama 2
Another inspiring panorama.

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Panorama 3
The panorama view can be combined with a filmstrip effect. It simulates a double-exposure panorama taken on a manual camera.

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Want More?

Polaroid

If cheapness is a defining characteristic of toy cameras, it surely isn’t for Polaroids. The Polaroid camera itself is not expensive, but because Fuji is now the only company that produces the film for it, getting affordable ones has become difficult. But this may change in the next few months thanks to the Impossible Project.

如果是一个便宜的玩具相机的决定性特征,它肯定是不宝丽来。宝丽莱相机本身并不昂贵,但由于富士公司是目前唯一能够产生它电影,已成为越来越难以负担的。但是,这可能会改变在未来数个月的感谢

Going back a bit, the world’s first commercial instant camera was the “Land” camera, unveiled in 1947. Since then, Polaroid has become synonymous with instant photography, because most of the cameras have been created by the Polaroid Corporation. Nowadays, the cameras are used by photographers mainly to preview their work before actually shooting. But as toy cameras, they are fun to play with and can make for nice effects.

回到了一下,世界上第一个商业即时相机是“土地”的摄像头,在1947年推出。从那时起,宝丽来已成为即时摄影的代名词,因为大多数的相机是由宝丽来公司的创建。如今,相机所使用的摄影师预览他们的工作主要是在实际拍摄。但作为玩具相机时,他们都好玩,可以很好的弥补作用。

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Polaroid and Transfer Effect

Retro Polaroid Coloring on Your Photos
This is a simple tutorial on how to get that retro Polaroid coloring in your photos.

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Polaroid Transfer Effect
This Photoshop tutorial shows you how to create a cool old photo transfer edge effect using a piece of stock photography, an alpha channel and the burn and dodge tools.

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Showcase of Beautiful Pictures

Considering that Flickr has a group for almost every subject, it is no surprise that there is one for toy cameras. Here is a showcase of the most beautiful images from it.

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