OK, this is really simple, but I'm totally impressed with myself and my cool results. I've been printing images for this experimental little quilt I want to make. A lot of the images are newspaper clippings (yeah, I know, I promise to call the photographers for permission if it ever leaves my house) that look kinda old and faded. I want to collage them with photos we took with the digital camera. It's been bugging me that the digital photos are so bright and colorful. I want the quilt to look old and faded like the newspaper clippings. I've been reading Lesley Riley's book Quilted Memories and remembered that she suggested that you can get cool results by messing with the hue and saturation in Photoshop. So, I turned the hue way up and the saturation way down and got a photo that blends in perfectly with my newspaper images. Results posted below!