Two Magnolia Blossoms

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About This Image

The original image was made in 2001 but it was digitized in Oct 2004. The film was monochromatic black and white and was developed and printed using color chemicals and paper. So the sepia tone is the way it printed. After I digitized the image, I adjusted the color and contrast so that the edge of the leaves picked up the light and had a slightly bronze tone.


Guest - Apr 16, 2006 11:40 AM EDT
How lovely, Frank. You did a wonderful job of editing this image - it's so vibrant.
Guest - Apr 16, 2006 11:31 AM EDT
The softness and cepia go hand in hand! That's what makes this picture so warm and inviting.
Guest - Jul 31, 2005 06:48 PM EDT
Thanks, Mel, for your very nice comments. The blossom of the magnolia is one of my favorite subjects to photograph. There are lots of those trees near where I live, so try to get a new favorite image evry summer.
Guest - Jul 30, 2005 12:19 PM EDT
This is lovely, yet I'm surprised nobody has commented. The leaves almost look like chocolate. I love the softness, the effects you have used are awesome. Well done.

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