Photoshop tutorial: Create better-than-Instagram retro photos Give photos a light-leak look of flawed vintage 1960s colour snaps using Adobe Photoshop. By Fabio Sasso | on February 09, 2018 Share Share Promotion Discover incredible stock media at a very low cost from Storyblocks Loops High-quality music loops that are great for videos! View Music Add some music to your videos that won't be flagged. View Sound Effects Boom! Beep. Ping. Whoosh. Clink! Buzz. View Icons Add them to your website or brand your business. View Video Stock video clips for any project! View Photos Find the perfect stock photo for your project! View Vectors Tons of high-quality vectors for you to use. View 4K Thousands of high-quality 4K video clips. View After Effects Logo reveals, slideshows, effects, and more. View Motion Backgrounds Make your website pop with a video background. View < > Read next Thomas Knoll: 4 things I've learned from developing the original Photoshop 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Photoshop tutorial: Create artistic 3D type Design Trends 2018: 28 leading designers, creative directors & illustrators tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Photoshop tutorial: Learn amazing 80s airbrush portrait techniques Visual Trends 2018: This year’s must-know colour, design, branding & photography trends Comments enamul hoq said: Thanks a lot, in this tutorial i learn a lot of critical things,,,background remove picmagy said: I love photoshop most of the time when I am with my computer at home but when on travel and have no much time, I like to use online programs for instant instagram photo effects. One of my favorite software is http://editphotosforfree.com/p... which has variety of effects, overlays, gradients and borders. Photoshop said: I am stuck at the fourth step. Could someone help me with a video? ChariRoss said: For any Photoshop users looking to mimic Instagram effects in Photoshop, check out: Performing Instagram effects in PhotoshopCheers and happy Photoshopping! lisastanton99 said: Thanks Fabio! This tutorial was brilliant. Going through the steps I learned a lot more than just creating the vintage effect. Thanks!!