Create Retro Vintage Film Looks with these Lightroom Presets

Lightroom Presets to create groovy film looks, B&W looks, toy camera looks and vintage retro looks.

Retro, Vintage, Cool Film Effects - imagine toy cameras and faded polaroids and groovy prints, plus film emulators and light leaks, scratched and vignettes. Official announcements are always made via Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest & my blog, and there is almost always a coupon available for the early birds!

Welcome to the Graffishop!

Please have a look around and see what you think of my new shop! This new setup makes it easy to offer:


  • Instant Download

    No shipping charges or "handling fees" - just choose what you'd like, head to checkout, and download immediately!

  • Help & Support

    Mike (aka, Graffi!) is available to help with transactions, technical issues, or answer questions about any of the things sold here in the shop (and will often help with other stuff NOT sold in this shop!).  Just click the Contact Us link at the top of each page.

  • Safe & Secure Payment

    I have been using Paypal to process all credit and debit card transactions for over a decade, and have never had any issues arise with their security. I'm confident in their security measures, and appreciate their low fee structure - which means no additional expenses passed on to customers. This also means low prices on all the products offered here!

  • Refunds & Credits

    Because of the nature of this shop, I can't offer refunds on these downloads. Please ensure that you are purchasing the correct product for your system and version! Questions?  Just ask, and I'll be happy to help!

Who is Graffi?

Graffi, aka Mike!Graffi is really Mike, the one-man-band at  I live in Durham, NC (6 miles from Duke University and 7 from the University of North Carolina) and really dig the city, with its awesome collection of foodie restaurants and local breweries. There's also some great photo spots in and around the city and surrounding areas, and I never seem to get out to them as often as I'd like.

I've been using Photoshop since the late 1990s, and I have been a Photoshop Elements user and fan since version 1. I created the Add-O-Matic when Elements 3 was released as a way to easily copy my Photoshop actions and other add-ons into the easier-to-navigate Elements interface.

Lately, I've released some really useful photography actions like Handy Actions and the new Adjustment Layer actions sets. My latest project has been developing new sets specifically for Elements that include the Hipster Kit series.

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you'll follow some of my adventures in my blog, my Facebook and Twitter and Pinterest pages, my photo journals on 500px and Flickr, and some of the other places I hang out when I'm online!