This sepia tone photograph features a close-up of a small waterfall along Paine Creek, on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee, emerging from the inside of an old mine entrance. See more.
Enjoy this textural, monochromatic pattern design with movement on a multitude of different product-types, in the following galleries:
Storm clouds on the horizon and white caps rolling into shore are featured in this vintage, sepia tone photograph of Lake Superior – taken at Presque Isle, in Michigan’s upper peninsula near Marquette. See more.
Available as a Snap Case or Skin, this iPad case with sepia tone color allows full access to device ports while protecting your investment. It fits the following models – see back of iPad: A1395, A1396, A1397, A1403, A1416, A1430, A1458, A1459, A1460. Enjoy!
Macro sepia tone photography of the bottom of a very old glass bottle. This might look nice on a wall in your home? You can see more in my gallery at Pixels. Thanks for stopping by!
Using a disposable panoramic camera in 1993, I photographed this chimney in the USVI’s. More recently, I scanned that image into my computer, added the sepia tone and additional weathered effects. If interested, a poster measuring 33″ by 10.92″ is available in four different types of paper.
Enjoy this sepia tone, grunge style photograph of a series of doors fading into the distance. You’re invited to stop by my gallery at Pixels to see more.
With the sky as background, this pre-harvest field of corn stalks features a sepia tone coloration. A variety of print-types are available in my gallery at Fine Art America…so, check it out sometime.
This vintage sepia tone photograph features a forest of trees on a hillside, with some cut timber in the foreground. The location is Nichols Arboretum in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more.
This photograph of a Grecian village by the sea has been modified using Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge to create a vintage aesthetic, using sepia tone colors, texture, blurred and burned edges. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America.