Tuesday

Freebie ( free ) Vintage Photographs

Additional free images for you today.  I have worked on the originals, a little, so they have deeper colors and their backgrounds are (somewhat) cleaner.  Just a few...because I am also working on images for my store...


Cynthia and Co. free vintage photograph - girl, boy, bunny

I love the first photograph of Edwardian children with their bunny.  The original was tiny so I enlarged it and when doing so it became a little blurry.  If you use this for a feature photograph it will have a soft focus.  If you use it for a background, with mostly the bunny showing it should be fine.


Cynthia and Co. free Edwardian photograph - girl and her dolly

The above photo with an Edwardian girl and her dolly was in very good shape.  I did enhance the image a little but for the most part this is how it shows on the original.  She should be good for all projects.


Cynthia and Co. free 1920s 1930s vintage photograph - boy and action doll

The photograph above is from the 1920s or 1930s and the subject is a little boy with his action figure doll, however, because boys were dressed in more frilly clothes (back then) its hard for me to be certain this is a little boy...I guess the masculine doll, who is dressed more boy-like than the boy, tells it all.  I did paint his clothing and the dolls clothing but the face was in good shape.


Cynthia and Co. free Edwardian photograph - girl and dolly - spooky

I like this girl...she has been enhanced but I didn't remove all of the white pixels...I used her for a spooky witch image at Halloween and it turned out, well, spooky.  You'll have fun with this one...



Cynthia and Co. free vintage image - corbel, bracket, architecture

This last image is a nice graphic of a corbel...this works great as an overlay for just a hint of interest in the background without overpowering your focal point...the photograph itself.

Happy Day...thanks for stopping by...Cynthia.

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:52 AM CDT

    Cyn;
    These are great... Love the extra layers in front of photograph. I am
    impressed. You can see I have gone nowhere with mine. Maybe one of these days... J.

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  2. thanks and thanks for stopping by...just keep working at it and you will get there! once you start seeing success you won't want to stop!

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