A weekly column featuring reader photos.
Jeremy Garrett, Seattle
March 4, Everett
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Photographer’s description: “This was taken towards evening. I was caught by the mist on the river, so stopped and took a few pictures. Thought the sepia was nice.”
Expert says: “Sepia-tone images are reminiscent of old photos from the 1800s. This effect can easily be achieved by using the sepia-tone function on a digital camera or with photo imaging software in your ‘digital darkroom.’ The reddish-brown tones aren’t appropriate for every image, but work well with this particular landscape photo.”
— Barbara Kinney, Features picture editor, The Seattle Times
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