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Sepia toning
I received from my brother in law, my brother better to say, some pictures. I wanted to play with them and I ended up with this. It is the first time I work with sepia toning so if you have any comment please do not hesitate to speak out ok? Smile

Thanks in advance.

This is my aunt and Monique the picture was very dark and I had to crop a lot to get to the main object

[Image: MONIQUE%20041.jpg]

In this picture the colors were really pale and sad with a lot of distractions and I thought the subject would be nice in sepia.

[Image: photo5.jpg]
A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art.
Paul Cezanne

I like the second one better, the first one is still a little to sharp... i'd soften it a little more before toning it.

In my minf the sepia pictures should always have a very soft feel to them.
They are both very nice candidates for sepia toning Irma. I like them!
Nos an modica tantum nostri somnium
"We are limited only by our imagination"
Thanks a lot for your comments, I am happy you like them.

@Bob: I will try what you said in the first one, I still have the file I worked on..
A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art.
Paul Cezanne
I really like the 2nd one too. The combination of softness and the sepia gives the photo a magical glow. Big Grin

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