Toy cameras are fun to play around with but most of them take 120 film and for a quick experiment, processing 120 film can get pricey. Also, toy cameras are quite unpredictable. More often than not, you don’t know what will come out of them nor can you get the same results twice. That’s what makes them fun but for someone who just wants to add a little something to a particlar set of images it may not be worth the hassle. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to get similar effects through the use of the Lens Correction filter in Photoshop to do the exact opposite of what it was design to do: Instead of correcting lens defects, we’re going to be simulating them!
Fun Toy Camera Photo Effect in Photoshop
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