Tag: sepia

B&W and Monochrome

Those of us with digital cameras are advised to shoot in RAW and convert to B&W post-camera. Best of all though by shooting RAW & JPG on a monochrome setting I get to see the tones and have an idea of what the RAW… Continue Reading “B&W and Monochrome”

A brush with cuttlefish

After yesterday’s look at sepia photos, I was inspired to try out that tint with some photoshop editing, using some images from a very disappointing photo shoot at Harlow Carr gardens (well worth a visit though my photography was completely off that day). What… Continue Reading “A brush with cuttlefish”

A touch of cuttlefish

Sepia is one of the effects readily produced within digital cameras as well as post editing software, yet it is one I rarely resort to because it signifies vintage photography and hence aged subjects seem best. The above chalets at Harwich are fairly old… Continue Reading “A touch of cuttlefish”