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Remali
10th April 2007, 03:10 AM
I rarely use the sepia mode on my camera, so today I tried experimenting with it, here is Bentley again.

http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c91/Remali24/BentleyApril2007sepiaemailsize.jpg

cavalicious
10th April 2007, 03:36 AM
Sepia doesn't do too much for blenheims does it? ;) I've tried it myself. Still looks great though, and what a good model!

Remali
10th April 2007, 03:42 AM
I know....color does look better with those blenheims. I did a sepia photo of my white toy Poodle, and that looked really nice.

Here is a color version of Bentley....

http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c91/Remali24/BentleyApril2007emailsize.jpg

Joanne M
10th April 2007, 03:45 AM
Renee I really like the Sepia tone pictures. Let's face it Bentley is so handsome, they are both nice pictures, but I prefer the sepia tone one. It reminds me of an old painting.

Lani
10th April 2007, 03:58 AM
I kinda liked the Sepia tones too - I was thinking how much the contast really works well with the Blenheim coloring. I think it would look less great on a ruby, but I might have to do some test shots with Lucky ;-)

But Joanne is right, Bentley is so gorgeous, it really doesn't matter.

Remali
10th April 2007, 04:01 AM
Sepia is fun to do, I like it. I think if you get the right background it works out...I'll try another background next time. :)

Bentley was pretty cooperative today! lol!

Lani
10th April 2007, 04:13 AM
One thing I will say about Sepia though - I have decided it's better to play with it on a photo editing software program rather than my camera - you can ALWAYS make a great color shot Sepia in photoshop, but if you later decide you'd like to print or see a sepia camera shot in color theirs no going back and some shots are really one of a kind and can't be recreated. I learned that the hard way ...

cavalicious
10th April 2007, 04:28 AM
Oh I think their both great photos! I only meant that Sepia sort of looks like a normal blenheim anyway but it does give it that 'vintage' touch which I love!

Remali
10th April 2007, 04:38 AM
Oh I agree....I know what you mean, you don't get that rich red with the sepia with the blenheims, and the sepia is sort of already that brownish color. I think the tricolors would be pretty in sepia. I love that vintage look, but I prefer how the sepia looks with my Poodle, here is Bailey my Poodle, the sepia works better for him I think.

Good idea Lani, I should try that, so far I've just set my camera on sepia...and I am still trying to figure out the workings of my computer when it comes to photos, lol!

http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c91/Remali24/Baileysepiaemailsize.jpg

Lani
10th April 2007, 04:41 AM
I think Sepia was invented for Bailey. That's an awesome pic!!!

Remali
10th April 2007, 04:51 AM
Thanks Lani! Bailey is such a sweet little guy, the sepia seems to bring out the texture in his coat. It's fun trying different things with the camera, and I have to learn how to tweek the photos on my computer!

:dogwlk:

JeanKC
10th April 2007, 01:42 PM
I'm not sure whether I posted these on this site or not... Elvis (left and alone) at 1 year, Beauregard at 15 months.

http://www.kcwoodworks.net/boelvis101sep.jpg

http://www.kcwoodworks.net/elvis100sep.jpg

Remali
10th April 2007, 03:10 PM
Those are beautiful photos Jean! I love the look of black & white and sepia! By the way, your dogs are gorgeous!!