sepia Daphne
before and after

daphne

I was searching for a photo of Daphne to turn into a Sepia Scene, and liked the composition of this one. But in the editing process, I realized how much I liked her green eyes in the original, too.
What I really wanted to do was to edit her green eyes into the sepia image, but I'm not that technically advanced in the photo-enhancing department yet!
But I thought a before-and-after compare and contrast would be fun to present.
Enjoy!
~ Not The Mama

sepia daphne





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15 comments :

  1. Wowie, I like the sepia effect! It's furry purretty! And what a beyeootiful pickshure of Daphne.

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

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  2. That's a neat picture of Daphne, we likes her greeeeeen eyes!

    Purrs and hugs,
    The Kitty Krew
    Bugsy, Sassy, Callie, Roxy, and Pixie, and Their Mommy

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  3. I quite like that effect, but you are right--it would be cool if you could leave those pretty green eyes in. I've seen tutorials on how to do that but couldn't tell where!

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  4. Daphne sure is a purrty girl. Green eyes or brown, she is tiptop.

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  5. Cute cat! :)

    Have a great day!
    Anna

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  6. I love the composition & form. It would be cool to keep her striking green eyes. Hope someone can help you figure that out.

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  7. Very nice, we love the sepia scenes.

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  8. I like the sepia a lot but I really do think her eyes are so pretty in the first one. It would be cool to have sepia with green eyes.

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  9. I do like the sepia effect, both by itself, and with the green eyes incorporated. A striking contrast.

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  10. The sepia kitty looks almost as if she was a design woven into the carpet itself. She is a beauty, and her textural style seems to blend so well with the weave of the rug...

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  11. Feel free to send my Mommy the original, big image to sy at sybilleyates dot com and she helps you to make it sepia AND keeps the eyes green.

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  12. Interesting contrast: modern and old-fashioned Daphne. ;-)

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  13. Too bad you can't keep the green eyes and have the special effects.

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  14. Looks nice in sepia - I like her green eyes too!

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  15. What a great sepia photo, I love the eyes. The merged photo in the next post is awesome! Great job.

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