Retro Color Photoshop Plugin 2018-10-20T00:20:37+00:00

Retro Color Photoshop Plugin

Plugin Requirements:

  • Photoshop: CS5 or Higher
  • Operating System: Windows or Mac
  • Current Version 1.2.5

Note: This Plugin is a legacy program. However, the license keys will still work with it, including the Master Key license.


Licensing: Since our products are Photoshop plugins, our licensing is set to match exactly how Photoshop licensing works. Each license key can be installed on 2 computers. It can be 1 PC and 1 Mac if you choose, or 2 of the same. You can also transfer the license when you switch to a new computer.

Retro Color Plugin Overview

The Retro Color plugin creates lomography and retro effects.

Lomography is a style of film photography that is generally done with a cheap 35mm film camera. The name comes from the original LOMO LC-A camera that started the fad back in the early 1990s. The film is often cross processed to produce vibrant and colors and surreal effects. Cross processing is where the film is processed with the wrong chemicals. By doing this, the colors are "tweaked". Also, the Lomo cameras tend to have a lot of vignetting. Fish-eye lenses are very popular with lomography as well.

Our lomography plugin allows you to create very good cross processing effects along with realistic film grain vignette effects. There are many adjustments but this filter is simple to use. There are 50 stored presets to help get you going!

Sample Images

Ultimate Color Adjustments

The Lomo effect is created by selectively adding or reducing contrast to the color channels, attenuating channel outputs and adding or subtracting the channels mid tone brightness. There are several curves layers that are utilized to achieve complex color effects. There are 50 built in presets that give a wide range of color effects from vivid cross processing effects to faded retro color styles.

Film Grain and Vignette

Lomography photographs often have a lot of film grain and vignetting. These feature are built into the filter. You can use as much or as little of either feature. You can control the grain size and opacity and well as the vignette.

Control Over Vignette

Some images look good with a larger vignette and some look better with little or no vignette at all. There are wide adjustment ranges for size, opacity and edge fading. This way, you can get the perfect effect for any image.