Sepia the color of art natural
We could say that it is the color of art since many ancient things sepia dominated.
But today the sepia is in the flowers.
My hot pink geraniums have become sepia.
Many of you are afraid to turn your photographs into sepia.
But it is a great color, it makes your photographs take an old and delicate air.
It is called sepia by sepia ink or cuttlefish, although the color of the ink is black, when diluted it remained brown and reddish tones.
Here we can observe how the light tones become almost broken targets.
The middle tones have an intense brown color and the nerves of the leaves reach black.
I also take the crystal ball to the window.
She makes a magnifying glass and we can appreciate the small green leaf in an amplified natural state, almost as a macro, we appreciate the edge of the leaf like a saw and its small hairs as if it were hair.
In this the sepia tone makes us go back in time.
Giving it a romantic and ethereal touch, almost dreamy.
Being able to appreciate all the delicacy that nature shows us.
When flowers are only part of the picture we look at the environment.
With this color you could not say at what time we are not even at the time of the year the capture was taken.
everything is open to our imagination.
Here we have a macro
We can appreciate the five petals that make up the flower.
We also see its stamens in a strong orange natural state that on this occasion they look different, no less striking.
They are full of pollen waiting to be fertilized by a bee, so they manage to reproduce and they feed, giving us at the same time the rich honey.
I hope you dare to challenge and don't be afraid of sepia.
Canon PowerShot SX730 HS
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