Precious Subject in Sepia

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Freya. I think she looks good in sepia, don’t you think so too?

I’ve just discovered that Mary the Teach has another photo blog, besides Ruby Tuesday. It is called Sepia Scenes. Every Wednesday, she posts a picture in sepia, and invites everyone else to do the same. She also has a tutorial on her blog on how to produce good photos in sepia. I you are into photography, like I am, go on over and check it out.


24 thoughts on “Precious Subject in Sepia

    • Thanks for visiting my blog, nemonen. I tried to leave a comment on your blog about your gorgeous photography, but I’m hopelessly english only and was unable to find the right link! But please come back again.

  1. The simple sepia showcases this baby so well. A toned down look lets us see the happy baby’s large cheeks, the expressive eyes and wispy hair nicely. A happy baby being held. A wonderful look at a precious small person!

    • Ralph, than you for such a thoughtful comment. I enjoyed visiting your blog as well. I like your sepia scenes and especially the older photos from the 50’s.

  2. Baby Freya is beautiful in sepia! I need to stretch my photography skills and get in on a weekly thing to challenge my self. I just love all that you can do with photos now. 🙂 Good suggestion.

    • Thanks Julia. Your photography skills are already superb, but I think you would enjoy participating in sepia scenes. It’s amazing to see how a photo you have only ever seen in color takes on a new life in sepia.

    • Hi Heidi, and thanks! Looking at your blog title made me hunry. And it seems like all I really get inot blogging about is something or other that is putting me on the “verge” of snapping! 😉

  3. Pingback: Precious Boy in Sepia | When Ginger snaps…..

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