I have just noticed a small, but still noticeable design change of Google search result page.
The main text colour (grey) became a little bit lighter, the line spacing has increased, the font size of the green line has decreased and of course, the most noticeable change is the blue link underline: it’s gone. Also, the font size of the blue headings was increased.
As soon as I was introduced to camera RAW format, I couldn’t believe how easier editing could be. Instead of spending hours on adjusting white balance by selecting numerous colour channels individually, same process can be done in seconds by tweaking the colour temperature and tint settings.
Regarding image brightness, if the settings were messed up resulting in underexposed or overexposed shots, this can be fixed by the use of RAW format features with less quality loss, in comparison to any kind of exposure adjustments of simple JPEG’s.
Taking into consideration the increasing popularity of Instagram hence vintage film camera effects, Adobe Photoshop has produced their own retro adjustment filters, which are available in Photoshop version CC. The demonstrative review of all 8 effects is shown in the examples below.