Young people would like to look older, while old people would like to look younger, which is more common and understandable. If you do a search on the Internet, you will find lots of tips on how to look several years younger – what color of hair to choose, what makeup to use, what clothes to wear, etc. Trying to look older is typical for teenagers, though otherwise is not a regular preference. Photographs are another story. Adding some “aging” effect to photos will help them stand out. Making the photos older than they are can demonstrate how a regular photo taken yesterday can look like a scan of an old snapshot from the early 1900s. This effect is called “sepia” and changes a regular modern photo into a yellowed old one. Sepia effect can help the photographer achieve the desired impression when it’s necessary for the photo subject. Sometimes it’s just fun to imagine what a certain landscape would look like decades ago. The sepia effect helps create some dramatic look depending on the composition.