22 April 2009

Sepia Scenes 27: Decoration at Dolphin Auditorium

Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Decoration at Dolphin Auditorium, Gelanggang Samudera

I was searching an image for Sepia Scenes #27, when I remembered the first photo in one of my my previous posts and wondered how it would look like in this effect. You can see the result above, and another one with added saturation below.


If you would like to compare these photos with the original one, you can visit my post Dolphins at Gelanggang Samudera, Indonesia. Have a great day, everyone.



Thanks to Mary

16 appreciated note(s):

Cielle said...

Wow, I really like the sepia one! It simplifies the image so you can appreciate the details.

Wonder Turquette said...

I like very much this photo with sepia effect. Have a nice day!

ilanadavita said...

Very nice in sepia.

Ralph said...

This is a wonderful look. It is obvious the Asian influences of this place are worlds away from us in the Northeast US. The shapes and textures here are stunning!

Syaa_Fiqq said...

Both original and in sepia, the photos look wonderful..

Bryan said...

Hmm, the second photo didn't load for me. However, the first photo looks great in sepia.

LaY hOoN said...

I like Sepia effect, a bit like antique vintage.

Gallery Juana - ギャラリー ワナ said...

I like the second photo. It has a dream-like quality.

kden said...

Wonderful shot. It looks like an old postcard.

dot said...

Both shots are really nice but I prefer the sepia.

Tricia said...

Oh cool - You did it in sepia too! Brilliant, Rosidah!

napaboaniya said...

Very nice edits done to them :)

Patti said...

The sepia makes this look like a really old photo. What interesting architecture at that auditorium!

I like that foot bridge in the foreground.

I couldn't see the second photo with the added saturation.

thanks for visiting me, Rosidah

Patti said...

ah, I just saw the original photo. Very colorful building!!

The dolphin shot is great too.

kaye said...

great shot

Stop by to see my sepia scene

maryt/theteach said...

This photograph is wonderful in sepia, Rosidah! :)