Tagged: sepia toning
Kevin’s posts tagged with the phrase “sepia toning”.
An image from my trip to Hokkaido, Japan earlier this year (February). Minimalist black and white winter landscapes of Hokkaido are so popular that they have become something of a cliche. None the less, the simplicity of such scenes draws the eye and almost compels you to take a photo! Hokkaido in the winter of ... Read more
Today’s image is from my Japan files, captured in February this year and given the sepia toned monochrome treatment in Silver Efex Pro. I often find that I’m drawn to lines, shapes and geometry when taking photographs. These elements, and the relationship between them, help to form our concept of composition in an image. ... Read more
Today an experiment in toned monochrome using Nik Software’s Silver Efex Pro. This was one of numerous wood carvings which were on display in a visitor’s centre in Tanzania when I visited. The original colour image was somewhat uninspiring to my taste so I decided to process it through SFX giving it a high contrast ... Read more
A four shot stitched panoramic of the Maui coast. The four frames were taken from the deck of a boat with all camera settings set in manual mode for consistency. Identical processing was applied in Lightroom including, importantly, a profiled lens correction, before taking the images into Photoshop where a “merge to panorama” was performed. ... Read more
Continuing the story from my last post where a cheetah popped up from the long grass to observe wildebeest as they ran by. Having lost interest in the passing herd, this cat decided to use a nearby ant hill as a vantage point. It is quite common behaviour for cheetahs, who have excellent eyesight, to ... Read more