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I did some experiment on converting the regular screenshot into 1970s and older photo style.  I thought "Why not?"  so here it is:

Parked A-4s - Rregular screenshot
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Parked A-4s - 1970s style screenshot
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Parked A-4s - Older style screenshot
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Parked MiG-21s - Regular screenshot
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Parked MiG-21s - 1970s style screenshot
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Parked MiG-21s - Older style screenshot
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i think it is too sharp. You need to add gaussian blur and uniform noise with big amount. But idea is nice, i like it

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9 hours ago, bazillius said:

i think it is too sharp. You need to add gaussian blur and uniform noise with big amount. But idea is nice, i like it

That is noted, I will add that.  Which one, 1970s or older style photo? 

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