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Farktography #403 "Sepia" | by FreeVerse Photography
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Farktography #403 "Sepia"

Show us photos tinted in sepia.

Sepia was a treatment applied to early photographs to prevent them from fading with time and warm them up. It results in a brownish-red tint to the photo. To do this with film, fully develop the print then bleach it and wash in water and sepia bath. The longer the bleach is applied, the darker the sepia. Most photo editing programs provide a sepia option for digital photos. Some cameras even have this function in camera.

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Taken on April 8, 2012