Quick Tip: Retroize Your Photos in Seconds

Comments (17)
  1. Tom says:

    Awesome, just what I was looking for. Works a treat. I’ve made an action for this now so I can apply it with just the click of a button :)

  2. george says:

    Is there a tutorial on remove the rude and annoying comments?
    That “Draw an Owl” photo was hilarious

  3. Luis says:

    Where can I find the effects, the .3dl files?

    1. Photoshop Tutorials Editor says:

      It should be included in the dropdown menu without loading the .3dl files. You need Photoshop CS6 to use the color lookup adjustment.

  4. Pain Appol says:

    Awesome tutorial mate! Very easy and with such little effort it gives stunning results.

  5. ululf01 says:

    This tutorial is EXCELLENT due to the great step-by-step detail. It is greatly appreciated.
    Thanks.

  6. el churro says:

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  7. Nyneishia Patel says:

    Where do I go to enable the colour lookup? I don’t seem to have it.

    1. Skylar says:

      It’s only in CS6

      And thanks for the tut!

  8. Dumbass says:

    1) Your way does not do anything
    2) To get anything decent you have to mess with each color setting and that is way more work than adding a few lookup layers
    3) It’s not the same so dont be such a smartass

  9. Mata says:

    1. Make a white layer set to soft light.
    2. Use hue\sat to color it

    Same effect without your stupid steps

    1. morris says:

      Thanks for the tip! I have one for you too
      http://i.imgur.com/RadSf.jpg

    2. Skylar says:

      It’s not that hard bud. It’s easier than your steps believe it or not.

    3. Anonymous says:

      true

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