Held Up to the Light

I played with some more textures today. I love TTV layers as they instantly give a vintage, faded look to a photo.

Held Up to the Light

And they can somewhat "save" a blurry one. (Well, it's really not blurry at the focus point. The focus point just happened to be on the grass and not the soccer player)
Running Away

The overlays were free, from Jill at Flypaper Textures.

I set the TTV layers to Multiply Blending mode, around 80-90%.

Birch Leaves
And while I think it would be fun to have a true TTV set up, this seems to be a lot easier.

Sandra  – (October 20, 2010 at 7:19 AM)  

Those are awesome!
What are TTV Textures?

shirley  – (October 20, 2010 at 10:45 AM)  

Layers or textures that mimic a Through the Viewfinder (TTV) capture - shooting through an old camera's viewfinder. If you do a search on Flickr, there are lots of people who have TTV setups and they get very cool results.

AB  – (October 24, 2010 at 5:42 AM)  

I have no idea what TTV layers are, but they certainly look good here!

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