Sepia attempt...

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Critiques please.

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Definite potential there. I like that shot.

I reckon drop EV by 0.5 stop and add contrast.

Please repost updated pic - I'd like to see the result, it'll be close.

cheers,
 
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Simon said:
Definite potential there. I like that shot.

I reckon drop EV by 0.5 stop and add contrast.

Please repost updated pic - I'd like to see the result, it'll be close.

cheers,

Here ya go. Down .5 and added contrast.

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I think I agree with Gordon. I see a yellowish tinge to the shot. Personal preference but I like the traditional sepia tones a little better. Great shot nonetheless!
 
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Joe Marques said:
I'm not a fan of the yellowish tone. Do yourself a favor and try this B&W conversion technique below - it's terrific. I consider it a "chocolate" tone and it has become my standard "near sepia" look. :)

http://www.gormanphotography.com/bw_conversion.pdf

Thanks Joe, I have copied this as well. I always wanted a good chocolate tone conversion method. I will definitely give this a try.
 
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Thanks Joe. I will try it and post the update tonight.

Better?

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