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Filter which makes pics looking old and scratchy

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Hi!

I there a filter, plugin or a something or can you give me a how-to to make a picture looking old (b/w and scratchy).

Greetings,

Sven =)
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Hi Sven

Simple answer YES...
In 'Filters - Noise' you should find 'Dust and Scratches' - have a play with that.  As for the B/W aspect either convert your file to grayscale or colorize it in Hue/Saturation.

Have fun
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Thanks a lot :)
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