Tag Archives: Sepia tone effect

1950’s style portrait

In the 1950’s, because of technical issues with regards to accurate colour rendition in printing, portrait images were often printed using a sepia tone effect, or they were printed in duotone – in two colours such as sepia and another, … Continue reading

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Capri de Lux

Been busy organizing my archive of images and also working with Capri de Lux to establish her photo portfolio which is also on WordPress. Her site is still in the process of being completed and it should be available to … Continue reading

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Autumn mist – Photo by Rob Laynton

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Autumn mist along the canal near Rode Heath in South Cheshire, England.

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Mina Von Vixen – Hollywood style – Photo by Rob Laynton

I have recently done my first photo shoot with a professional model! I could not have chosen better than poised, elegant and graceful local model, Mina Von Vixen. (Quite a move for lil ol’ socially introverted me!) Professional and lovely … Continue reading

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Sepia effect – Misty trees – Photo by Rob Laynton

This was an opportunistic shot taken one misty morning in July on my way to work at about 6:30 in the morning…I ran around like an idiot taking about ten photos before I had to dash off to work. Misty … Continue reading

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