Now for the texture and scratches.
Old photos age usually due to chemical reactions over time and general wear and tear。
Copy and Paste the Paper Texture image onto a New Layer underneath the picture frame layer.
Use the Free Transform Tool (Control-T) to rotate the image so that it's at a portrait orientation. Add aLayer Mask to the paper and use a Soft Round Brush to mask out her face.
Then lower the Opacity to 48% and set the Layer Blend Mode to Divide.
Now for the scratches.
Open the Scratch Texture image. Go to Image > Adjustments > Hue and Saturation, and lower the Saturation to -100 to turn the image black and white.
Copy and Paste the scratch image onto a New Layer above the paper layer.
Use the Free Transform Tool (Control-T) to rotate the image counter-clockwise. Then add a Layer Mask to mask out areas where you don't want the scratches to appear. Set the Layer Blend Mode to Lighten and lower the Opacity to 92%.
Duplicate this layer and repeat this step, this time rotating the image to place the scratches in another section of the photo. Diffuse the areas you don't want showing.
Let's finish up by blowing out the light a little more.
Set a New Layer to Overlay. Use a Soft Round Brush and a pale yellow color #cfcfc2 to paint bright spots of light onto the photo. I chose to add some light to her shoulder and the background landscape.
Now set the Layer Blend Mode to Overlay.
4. How to Create a Vignette Effect
For this last section, all we need is to correct some of the colors with Adjustment Layers before adding a dramatic vignette effect。
Here is our composition so far. Great work!
Add a New Adjustment Layer of Color Lookup underneath the picture frame layer.
Set the 3D LUT File to Candlelight.CUBE and the Layer Blend Mode to Darken, and lower the Opacity to 86%.
Now it's looking super vintage!
Create another New Adjustment Layer of Color Lookup above the picture frame layer.
Set the 3D LUT File to Fuji F125 Kodak 2395. Lower the Opacity to 45%.