Digital Photography Tip: Vintage-Inspired Photography

June 01, 2012

Digital Photography Tip: Vintage-Inspired Photography

With the popularity of Instagram, the vintage look in photography is all the rage these days.

But, you don’t have to use a cell phone to get that wonderful classic look in your pictures.

Rollip is a free website that allows you to choose from 40 different photo effect filters to give your images that Polaroid-snapshot, Instagram look.
Rollip is quick and super easy to use. All you do is choose from one of 40 filters and then you upload your photo. After the filter has been applied, you are given the option to email the photo, share it on Facebook or download it. You can even choose to process the image in high-quality.

Here are some examples:

Original photo:

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And here is that same photo after applying some of the Rollip filters:

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vintage photography
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