Why Sepia Photography Still Kicks Ass (With Tutorials)

Why Sepia Photography Still Kicks Ass (With Tutorials)

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Of all photographic special techniques, sepia photography is one of the most long lasting, and we think, one of the coolest. Even though it’s been around for a long time, the effect can still be dramatic and breathtaking.

While sepia used to take skill in the darkroom, these days, you can replicate the effect with Photoshop or Gimp software. That means anyone with a camera and computer has access to these techniques. See the end of the post for some tips on making your own sepia photography images.

We’re sure you will agree that sepia is still one of the most atmospheric development techniques that can be applied to a good photograph. And that is why we put together this piece on why sepia photography still kicks ass – we hope you enjoy it.

As always, if you think you have a better sepia photograph or know of somebody who does, please link to it in the comments!

grulla by EmreAyar, on Flickr

Free A Child’s Cry for Peace Creative Commons by Pink Sherbet Photography, on Flickr

Alone by Pink Sherbet Photography, on Flickr

Vagabond by Sukanto Debnath, on Flickr

un deux trois by innusa, on Flickr

Child In The Dark Sadness by Pink Sherbet Photography, on Flickr

Believe by Pink Sherbet Photography, on Flickr

Tree by Atilla1000, on Flickr

Don’t touch me! / No me toques by pasotraspaso, on Flickr

Sepia Glass Lake by conmike12, on Flickr

fist by Joel Bedford, on Flickr

buzzard flying by loco’s photos, on Flickr

sepia saudi flower by zbigphotography, on Flickr

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