Cabin In The Woods – Sepia Style

The attached prints are of a cabin in the woods near North Bend, Washington. North Bend is nestled in a valley of the Cascade Mountain Range east of Seattle. I found this scene when I was hiking along the river that runs through the valley. I immediately saw it as a sepia print. I used a sepia tone finish on the photograph for that old rustic look. The sepia brown tones originated with film photography as part of the process to develop the prints in the 1800’s. Today, we can recreate that same vintage look digitally. And speaking of digitally, I added the red color on both prints to create an accent point in both pictures.

Old Cabin

Outdoor Chair By The Red Pot

Thoughts? As I have said before, everyone reacts to visual art techniques and looks differently, so I am not in the least offended by opinions. 

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17 thoughts on “Cabin In The Woods – Sepia Style

  1. Diane Henders

    They’re both lovely, but I particularly like the second one. I love the way the strong directional lines of the chair contrast with the filigree effect of the bare branches beside it. Your reddish planter accent really makes it pop!

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    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      I love your input….you just made my day!! Thank you very much!! I had fun with both shots and the red!! Debated….debated….debated with the red accents!! Your feedback is much appreciated!!

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  2. Tiffany Mendonca

    Sepia is one of my favorite filters! And when done with rustic scenes like these, amazing! As you know, cause we have the covered wagons you did like this in our guest room! Love these!

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