Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Sepia Scenes #4



Hi Everyone today is the 4th post of our Sepia Scenes meme!
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I wanted to render this little yellow flower of the clover family in sepia today.

First I chose to get rid of all the color information using Adobe Photo Shop 7. Then in Photobucket online I used the Old Photo filter and then the Bronzing effect. I then used the slider to Fade the effect.

I hope you like it!

Please sign Mr. Linky and leave a comment after you've posted your Sepia Scenes on your blog.

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Remember you can post as early as Wednesday at 5:00 PM EST


maryt/theteach



35 comments:

Mojo said...

I already had a theme for this week, but I decided I could toss in something akin to a portrait along with it.
Sepia Scenes #4: Pierless Beauty

ilanadavita said...

I wouldn't ave thought of applying a sepia effect to a flower but yours looks just great.

Gmj said...

Amazing what a sepia effect will do! Loverly.

me ann my camera said...

The little yellow flower looks very outstanding but retains a lovely background of a similar hue due to the sepia tones; sepia tones help blend the background as one with the focal point. It creates a lovely, restful composition.

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Mojo said...

In my haste I neglected to comment on the fascinating way bronzing this flower made it jump out of the background. It may have done the same in color, depending on how much it contrasted with the leaves, but I'm with Me Ann... this way it's "restful". And even more delicate than it would have been in vivid color.

Kahshe Cottager said...

It turned out well Mary! I like that option in Photobucket too!

Since I did horse portraits last week as one of my sepia scenes, I have done something different this week.

My Sepia Scenes are here and here.

Annie said...

I like this very much Mary. I especially like the way the techniques you used made the little flower so significant with all else diminished.

marLou said...

I luv this! Great effect!

ellen b said...

I really like it Mary. It still looks so sweet...

napaboaniya said...

Sepia on a flower some how gives it the royal treatment. Nice :)

Bintang said...

Classic look is all there is :)

Shinade said...

Oh my goodness I wasn't aware that we were following a theme every week.

I am so very sorry. I did not do a flower this week. Next week I will try to check in earlier and find out what the theme is.

My post is here.

http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/11/sepia-scenes2-illusion-of-light.html

Your flower looks just great. I did a flower last week so I changed this week.

I love how yours turned out Mary. And also this week I remembered to leave comments on how I got the photo to the stage I posted with.

Thanks bunches Mary and I hope everyone has a great week end!!:-))

MyMaracas said...

The flower is lovely, but I'm really impressed with the photo in your banner. Love that effect!

Cindy said...

I'm a little late getting around, but I made it!

napaboaniya said...

Mary,
I can back, and Mr Linky has gone on strike..missing in action *gulpz*

napaboaniya said...

Sorry, I meant "came" back...

arlene said...

It's beautiful!

Jan said...

The flower looks wonderful in sepia. Great presentation.

Askew To You said...

I love what you did with the little flower. Lovely. :D

Carletta said...

Nicely done Mary! Since starting this meme with you I'm constantly looking for subjects - it's been a wonderful idea.
I'm posting a portrait and something from my Amish Country trip.

Lady Demeter said...

amazing. I love the sepia scenes meme!

Mar said...

I love your sepia effect and how professional you go about it!! I just apply the sepia tones to the original picture...I will play around more next time.
Lovely flower!!

Jientje said...

I made a portrait of my father this weekend and turned it into sepia.
The portrait looked great, but the sepia made it look like he was dead, it was horrible. So I'm doing something completely different this week, I'm sorry!

Greyscale Territory said...

Such a pretty flower in sepia! There is such a soft delicateness to it!

splummer said...

Hi!
I like your little flower. It's very pretty in Sepia. I also done a flower. It's a Star Gazier Lily. You can see it here:
SHERRIE'S STUFF: SEPIA SCENES
Take Care!!

Sherrie

Sanni said...

Beautiful - you did a great job!

It's my first time participating... the photo might look familiar to you, Mary :-)

Dianne said...

I LOVE it! The sepia makes it all so warm and the delicate flower looks so sweet and fragile.

Beautiful!

LinGZ.spot said...

I love to be here..

onangelwings said...

Mary, That flower looks adorable in sepia.

Agring said...

That's beautiful sepia Maryt. I like it very much!

Julie said...

Hope you don't mind if I play along. Love the photo's I have seen so far.

Digital Polaroids said...

Teach, come and see my baby Pity!

tonya said...

Very nice, I love sepia too!
Happy WW!

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