Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Sepia Scenes: Old Church, Edinburgh


Taken on Christmas Eve's Day in Edinburgh's Old Town.


Open image in Photoshop and Duplicate image ( Layer > Duplicate Layer)
Go To Image then choose Gradient Map ( Image >Gradient Map)
Choose the Bronze Gradient and tick the reverse box and okay.
Change the blending mode to Color and opacity setting to 66% then Flatten your image and save.

Original Image At Flickr

9 Feedback Comments:

Felisol said...

Wonderful church, and I also appreciate the tutorial. The graded bronze effect really enhanced the picture.

Gunsside said...

A great shot of your beutiful church, lots of great details ;))

Love 2B Homeschoolers said...

My technique for making sepia photos in Photoshop is quite different. I'm going to give yours a try. Your contrast is so nice, my photos often come out muddy.

This photo is excellent in sepia. Great subject choice.

You can check out my Sepia Scene here: http://tinyurl.com/2ceh59k if you like.

Ralph said...

This church is wonderfully edited, the massive building looking so exquisite in an almost bronze tone. We don't see buildings from this era in the USA, so this is a stone treat for our eyes!

anemonen said...

That was an impressive church and suitable in sepia.

Lisa-Marie Jordan said...

That is gorgeous!

Jane said...

Thanks everyone:) I am sure your photographs are fine Love2B and I will check out your photo soon:)

Its very old, I would love to go inside it sometime, your welcome Ralph. I cropped the original image slightly because of two distractions either side but I think it reflects its age, might of looked good in HDR too but I didn't have time that day to take 3 exposures.

Have a happy new year everyone and thanks for visiting:)

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful old building, looking quite grand in the upward perspective! Great photo!

Jane said...

Thanks Greyscale, I like that Gothic Style of Spire too.

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