Working In Sepia, Cabins

Working In Sepia, Cabins

All the shades and textures in the photographs worked well in sepia.

Working In Sepia, Cabins
Working In Sepia, Cabins

When shooting historical sites like this my first thought is ‘not color’.

Working In Sepia, Cabins
Working In Sepia, Cabins

I need to pay more attention to shadows and shade. At times I switch the camera to capture only monochrome. Looking at the LCD screen tells me if I have the right idea.

Working In Sepia, Cabins
Working In Sepia, Cabins

United Methodist Campground, Shady Grove, South Carolina.

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