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kbyrd8455
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This is my cousins wedding that I was in last october. Being that I was in it I wasnt able to get many shots. This is one of the few that I took. I added the sepia effect in photoshop. My question is do you think this effect works with the picture or should I try something else.

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Post #1, Feb 18, 2006 22:23:05


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sepia normaly works well for wedding photos. Does for thie one too

Post #2, Feb 18, 2006 22:59:15


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Looks good to me too.

Post #3, Feb 19, 2006 02:02:09


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kbyrd8455 wrote:
My question is do you think this effect works with the picture or should I try something else.

Didn't work for me. Too much black/detailes lost area.

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Post #4, Feb 19, 2006 18:04:12


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Sepia can be very nice - if shadow detail would have been reclaimed on the left, and if the cake had been burned in more, the effect would have been improved.

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I agree, sepia is wonderful, but you lack details in the shadowy areas, so if you can bring some of it back, it should be a really wonderful image!

Post #6, Feb 20, 2006 12:44:04


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I work at a photo developing lab and I have seen different tones within the sepia option. I lean more toward a warmer brown/red tone in the sepia. Makes a photo look more antiquish and professional. But your overall efect is nice.

Post #7, Feb 20, 2006 13:38:34


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Just doesnt work for me..much to dark of a picture for sepia tone. Id stick with straight black and white on this if not the full color.

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