Wednesday, 27 February 2013

A Sepia Walk

Some sepia images from a Parkland Walk










30 comments:

  1. An excellent set of images Roy, the sepia effect works well especially on the 'avenue of trees' shot...[;o)

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  2. How spooky, I was just thinking the other day of taking some images and doing a B&W post. Not that I've been able to get out the last few days. I love the avenue shot too and also the pollarded trees. Reminds me of the Somerset Levels here. (-:

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    1. Thanks Jen. It is almost as low there as well.(:))

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  3. Quite lovely. The sepia tone makes it seem so serene.

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  4. I like these sepia images, Roy! They look so peaceful...like they are from days gone by.

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  5. Beautiful images Roy, and the sepia treatment really works here.

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  6. Very nice, Bob. It really feels like 'the good old days', especially the 4th picture was made for this effect. Well done!

    Regards,
    Marianne

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  7. Hey Roy...Love these, and my favorite is the tree lined walkway,and the bench by the water!!
    Just think how exciting it must have for those who viewed the first colored photos!!
    I still love the old photos in sephia that I have that where my Grandparents,and my Dad's!!
    Nice color in yesterdays post, mostly white here..it is snowing again, probably about another 10 inches!!
    Grace
    "Yeah" I got throw a comment!! : )

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    1. Thanks GG, I have had problems with replying on this post. It must be catching.

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  8. How different everything looks like that Roy, I suppose it's how Ferry Meadows would have looked in olden days ;).
    J
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    1. Yes John I wonder how it really looked. It looks like it was part of the adjoining Estate.

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  9. Roy, this is just lovely! It's like looking through an album of old post cards! Well done!

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  10. The sepia color gives it a completely different dimension to the photos. Beautiful photos Roy!

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  11. It certainly gives a whole different feel to how the scene looks. Nice work!

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  12. I love sepia photos. I took a few in Rome over the past few days - think nature and old ruins (etc.!) look so good in sepia and black/white. Vintage and moody.

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    1. Thanks Helena, sepia is just right for Rome as green is for Tuscany.

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  13. Sepia works well with these sorts of shots Roy.

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  14. Hi Roy

    The sepia effect just makes everything so atmospheric . A great choice for these photos.

    Regards
    Guy

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  15. I like the sepia. I never have used it myself. It works good with these scenes. Is it on your camera or on your edit program. Nice.

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    1. Thanks Nora. I used it from a setting on the camera.

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