Posted by Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 19 November 2010 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.
This is the same image as posted on 11/15. I converted it to sepia using the Hue/Saturation adjustment layer with Colorize checked.
Nikon D300 1/125 second F/3.2 ISO 160 105 mm
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Now that the true color is gone, there is less to pull our eyes to the center and I feel this version might need a stronger sense of vignette to keep us focused on the flowers.
19 Nov 2010 10:27am
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks, Ronnie. I wondered about that, especially just above the flowers. Good suggestion.
Still love your work, Anita. Your style is unique.
19 Nov 2010 12:40pm
Un beau travail ... un style tout à fait particulier ... belle réalisation .... félicitations et bonne journée
19 Nov 2010 2:29pm
such marvelous vintage tones
19 Nov 2010 7:33pm
I agree with Ronnie's vignette idea.
Still think this is a stronger more effective image in color, but the old fashioned flavor does come through.
19 Nov 2010 7:52pm
It looks delightfully aged !! Nice job !!!
19 Nov 2010 11:33pm
The border corners have an interesting decorative detail which is brought out nicely by the toning.
20 Nov 2010 1:27pm
Like a 'found' photograph! Love the old feel to this one!
20 Nov 2010 10:03pm
Magnifique c'est trois dernières photos.Pour celle-ci la texture et l'effet sépia est très réussi.
21 Nov 2010 8:33am
Very effective conversion.
22 Nov 2010 12:29pm
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