David T. |
>> To sepia or not?
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To sepia or not?
I've seen where some people "live by sepia" and others don't at all.
I figured I have color galleries, a black and white gallery... why not sepia?
Some work better, some don't...what do you think?
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Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)
Outstanding work...bravo! BV
follow your gut !
You have a great sense of whats right in the shots!
For me sepia is a way to express ancient motifs from the late 19th century. In early photography this was not a question of aesthetic like nowadays. Anyway this is an excellent gallery. Rgds Norbi
You have made thoughtful use of it here David. For me it works quite well in rustic scenes like the wooden church and saddle shots. These are as well done as any I have seen.
Great gallery, it is a beautiful collection of sepia photos. V.
Wonderful gallery! V.
I am a huge fan of your sepia gallery!
fantastic gallery of sepia images...v
Fabulous Sepia images. Great diversity and the photographs are beautiful.
Fabulous collection, excellent work. GMV
I love the sepia
It makes the pictures more realistic
David T! I like this gallery a lot. I have no sepia (for som eunknown reason), but really like the majority of these. The vintage stuff and even the water fountain look great...maybe not a few items like the car (newer) and plane, but it "fits" with everything else.. Great composition on the shots as well. ;) (V) ~tberry
Too much sepia for my taste. I think Sepia is best used as a "light touch".
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