Wednesday, February 4, 2009
Old Stone Farmhouse/Sepia Scenes
Confession: I tried to follow MaryT's instructions for half sepia but none of it seemed to apply to my version of Photoshop Elements. So I made up my own. Too bad I can't remember exactly what I did, eh?
It's not really what MaryT did...so maybe I'll try again next week.
To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com
Posted by EG CameraGirl at 4:07 PM
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Great how you've kept the reddish shutters.
Beautiful in sepia! Whatever you did worked well.
This is such an outstanding photo. Great job!
My sepia scene is posted here. It's my first.
This is such a beautiful scene! And now I'm wondering what your job is.
Whatever you did EG, it's wonderful! Those RED shutters blend beautifully with the rest of the sepia tone! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)
You did a great job - the photo is lovely the way it turned out.
I love it!
That's a great old house - which it were mine.
Whatever you did, the results are fantastic.
I like it whatev. :D
It looks great, whatever you did! I love the shutters and it is a neat house even with nothing done to it.
You picked a great subject for Sepia. Great job & very lovely house.
What a beautiful house. It lends itself well to sepia tones. The reddish shutters really dress it up. B
What a neat old house. I love the balcony! Of course, the fact that snow is in the scene helps too! Ü
However you got there it looks great - I love the hint of color on the shutters.
Whatever you did, it worked! And the subject is perfect!
What a precious looking stone house! It looks lovely in sepia. Yes, try the color accent when you find a little color in your world. Even a bit of it.
Great shot, I love old buildings like that.
I just can't get enough of these old buildings. Love it.
I don't know what you did either, but it's very pretty!! Thanks for stopping by my place. Have a great evening!
this is so beautiful
I often don't remember how I got to where the photo turned out ;)
Beautifully done, whatever you did. It looks wonderful with the subtle contrast.
WOW...I think its FAB!
This is a wonderful photo of this old farmhouse. Houses made out of stone are just beautiful and so welcoming.
Whatever you did the photo came out great with the sepia.
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