Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Sepia Scenes #102


 This photo is a macro of the head of a statue I own and keep in my home.
 It is unidentified.


I applied the sepia effect in Adobe Photoshop and then played with Curves a little bit to get the effect you see.

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15 comments:

EG Wow said...

Was this in an antique shop? Is it life-size? Just curious because I have never seen anything like this before. :)

Greyscale Territory said...

Love the extraordinary texture and shape including the shine! Really stunning!

kaye said...

interesting sculpture--I like how the sepia brings out the details. Did you crochet the hat?

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting!! I don't really know what you did but the effect is worth it. MB

Heather T. said...

How neat. It creates a use of the imagination, which could pull out so many different faces and expressions to such a statue. I like it in the sepia tone, yet, who knows...I may like it natural too :)

@nemonen said...

Like the texture in the frame. Interesting sculpture.

jeannette said...

Your photo has an antique flavor now. So, does the program curves make/change curves?

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

I love this macro shot and her hat is so romantic.
http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/09/29/Sepia-Scenes-102.aspx

Anki said...

Interesting foto, you can so very much

Lui, Heaven said...

I think I saw that before. I just can't remember where. But it looks interesting. -Lui

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Francisca said...

A portrait of a different kind, Mary. She looks quite different in sepia from your earlier header. Thanks for hosting!

Sar@h said...

A reflection like a wink !

Misalyn said...

Interesting!

Jew Wishes said...

I like the texture blends in this, and the uniqueness of the sculpture.

Junneth said...

I love the way how you applied curves. I should learn this! My 2nd entry posted no. 29!