Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Sepia Scenes Wednesday #9


This is another shot taken at the Antique store. This is a large fountain and these guys were just begging me to take their picture. Thanks to Jennie at Cyber Bottle for reminding me to use Photobucket to add effects to my shots. I applied sepia throughout and then lightly bronzed the Pelicans. For my first time I think they turned out pretty good. Check out more Sepia shots at Mary's place.

21 comments:

barb said...

A wonderful result! Photobucket is a pretty cool photo-editing tool! And free! I love free!

Annie said...

Love the bronze over pink effect. cool.

ewok1993 said...

That is an effective tool you used. The result is very pretty and effective.

Kahshe Cottager said...

I like the results you got and I think it is an excellent first try at bronzing! (BTW, I am closing down at blog in a cyber bottle but I am still posting on Views From My Camera!)

maryt/theteach said...

This photo sure did turn out well not just pretty good! Amazing! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)

Ralph said...

Ah, these Pelicans with their mouths agape are ready to take their fast dive into the water to scoop of some seafood for dinner. Their smiling faces almost look real!

Bryan said...

These guys look so very happy.

Gallery Juana - ギャラリー ワナ said...

Great shot. I like the two tones which gives a 3d effect.

judi said...

Great job, I really like what you did to the birds, they should be proud as peacocks now!

dot said...

Looks really nice to me. Maybe I'll try photobucket too.

ROSIDAH said...

This is an excellent first try! Much more than pretty. Have a great day :)

Tricia said...

Wow that's very different but really nice! I'd never seen it done quite that way!

napaboaniya said...

The bronze effect is looking good in this shot :)

Deb said...

wow! that is dfferent, good job!

ilanadavita said...

Original shot and nice sepia effect.

Patti said...

This came out great, not just pretty good. I love the pink tones in the background, they make the sepia stand out.

The pelicans look happy - maybe it's time to eat.

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Nicole said...

Beautifully done!
I love the shot and the effect makes it perfect!

Danielle said...

Love these! So cool. The effect is so pleasing. Aren't antique shops the best?

kaye said...

that is great, i love how you brought the pelicans out as the focal point

thanks for stopping by

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I agree that the photo turned out well. ;-)

Russ said...

That's really a cool shot! Very eye catching.

Russ