More Fun with Corks

My four-day weekend has officially begun!  First order of business – catch up on photo editing.  I need to finish the cork photos from Trisha’s house last week.  I love the natural color of the outdoor shots, but I’m thinking about using a sepia tone for some of the indoor.  To me, there’s a nostalgic feeling that accompanies the change of tone.  Eventually, I’d like to narrow it down to the three best and print them on canvas.

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12 thoughts on “More Fun with Corks

  1. I like the use of shallow DOF which works well with the vertical crop – and the choice sepia tone fits the subject really well

    1. Thanks for your feedback on this shot – I was worried about the sepia tone initially. I shot in color, and edited in PhotoShop, which basically lets you choose how deep you want the sepia tone. I hadn’t played with it before in PS.

  2. Love the sepia and the DoF on this. I’ve always liked the idea of saving corks with a note as to when and with whom the wine was consumed. Lovely shot!

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