When I first started posting on Sepia Saturday, I thought every post had to be old. Yes I knew old could be sepia, black and white or even color.
But a few months ago I learned how to take photos in black and white, sepia and color with my handy, dandy digital camera.
So I decided to look for some things that look old and do a study with my camera setting on sepia.
An old wedding dress for sale at Goodwill.
An old abandoned house at the far end of my neighborhood.
I think that you can tell these are not old photos, I took them on Friday.
But because they are obviously old items, the sepia does not look to far off course.
Now let's look at this photo.
She's a cutie for sure.
I took this photo 10 years ago with black and white 34 mm film in my old Canon.
I took it to the regular place I had my photos developed and printed back before digital cameras, of course.
Now, I did not tell the person at the counter that this was black and white film.
Someone told me that if I had told them it was black and white it would have been developed differently than those with color film.
I did not try to get them redone, I kind of like it like it is.
As I said she is a special little girl no matter what color the picture comes out.
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