AnalogColor Ruins Quality Photos to Create Mock-Polaroid Results
Jul 10, 2009 13:20
For those who cared enough to be hurt at the death of Polaroid Instant Film but not enough to make it themselves, there's AnalogColor, which turns your crystal-clear photos into murky, nostalgic simulacrums of the classic format.
There's definitely other software that'll do this kind of thing, but AnalogColor lets you create faux-Polaroids by degrading your current photos in several different ways, including those fun streaks that resulted from light leaks. It's available for $10 on OS X and Windows. [Pentacom via Wired]
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