How to add a vintage look to your photos using a sepia filter

Almost any photo editing software has a sepia filter. You will end up with a reddish-brown photo using any editing software, but there are some differences in the tones and contrast.

Today I will use Pall Kris Photo Effects freeware that can be downloaded from here. Once you open your image, all you have to do is to press the sepia button. Usually I tweak a bit the brightness and contrast using the left sliders. Here are few more photos converted to sepia tones:

I love this classic vintage effect and I did my best to create the best sepia filter in the world. Do you like it or hate it? Leave a comment below. Visit my portfolio if you are interested in Photo Editing Services. I will cover more vintage photo effects in another blog post.

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