Pacific Rim National Reserve, BC

The sepia tint was achieved by using a broken pair of sunglasses as a makeshift filter.

Photographer:
popculturemaverick
Uploaded:
2014-02-09
Tags:
canada canon island ocean pacific sepia vancouver
Camera:
Canon T70
Film:
Fuji 800 ISO
Country:
Canada
Albums:
Canon T70

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4 Comments

  1. mirabell
    mirabell ·

    Wow! Almost like a painting

  2. doormanrocks
    doormanrocks ·

    Cool filter improv. Might have to get a cheap pair of shades and try this myself. :)

  3. syrosa6
    syrosa6 ·

    Beautiful photo. Mirabell, is right. This photo looks like a painting. Great job!

  4. akula
    akula ·

    Cool