Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Sepia Scenes

I have been intrigued by the sepia photos that I have seen on other blogs. So I decided to see if my rather rudimentary program would allow me to create sepia images. It does have the ability and here are the results of my fiddling around.

These photos were taken on one of the back roads in Minnesota that I explored in September. I believe that this is/was a root cellar.

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Happy New Year!


Robin said...

It certainly does work, and very well. Great photos. That root cellar in particular is a perfect choice for sepia.

Best wishes for a happy, healthy, peaceful new year.

Jan said...

Welcome to Sepia Scenes. Great job.

Leora said...

I have to say I really liked the originals for bottom two; but then, I'm partial to a little bit of color, and the originals didn't have a lot of color, just a bit.

The top one is a great choice for sepia, a real classic.

Glad you are doing sepia scenes!

Anonymous said...

Looking good in sepia :)

Happy 2009 to you and yours :)

Annie said...

Just love the texture that comes with these old buildings. Welcome to Sepia Scenes. Happy New Year.

Kahshe Cottager said...

Happy New Year!

I really like your choices for sepia scenes! Well done for your entry photos and I will look forward to seeing more!

MyMaracas said...

These make great subjects for sepia scenes, like old, faded photographs. Nice entry!

Anonymous said...

You did a really nice job with the sepia format. I especially like it when it is used on weathered wood like you have done here.

Mojo said...

I'm with Robin. Excellent choice of subject and nice job on the conversion too!

maryt/theteach said...

Kayleen, the sepia shots are gorgeous! Thank you for sharing the originals. They are gorgeous as well! Thank you for participating in Sepia Scenes! Happy New Year! :)

Julie said...

Lovely choices. I like the originals also, especially the circle of iron and old wood looks great almost every way it is rendered.

Carletta said...

I'm a little late in getting around. So sorry.
I love these images. Very nice in Sepia.