One of the things photographers do during post process is to adjust tones and colors to produce the desired overall tone of the photograph. There are no concrete standards to producing a certain photographic tone. It all boils down to taste and preference of the photographer.
One of my and some of my friends’ favorite tone is achieving the vintage and lomographiclook-alike tone. There are plenty of ways to creating the desired vintage tones. I looked for the easiest way by googling blog entries on how-tos and asking tutorials from friends. Until finally I found the photo editing software called Toycamera AnalogColor.
This Toycamera Analogcolor software is very easy to use. All you need to do is to input the photograph you would like to edit, select the desired preset, and make little adjustments to how you want the photograph to turn out.
To get the Toycamera AnalogColor, you can download it at its official website HERE. And yes, the website is in Japanese, so don’t forget to use google translate if Japanese isn’t part of your repertoire. There’s a free trial period, but after that, a license is available for purchase to get the full version.
And it doesn’t have to be from professional-looking photographs. Even the most ordinary cellphone camera shots can be made whimsical!