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The Governess's Room ~ sepia by Rosalie Dale

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Taken at Tanilba House, Tanilba Bay NSW. This historic home was built by Lieutenant William Caswell …utilising convict labour he started with a slab hut in 1829, expanding to a cottage in 1831, and laid the foundations of Tanilba House in 1837, built of quartz porphyry stone which was quarried nearby. The mortar came from lime produced by burning oysters. It still even has its own small gaol cell out the back where convicts were held when they misbehaved.
There is talk of the Governess still haunting the homestead … ?!
PLEASE view large!
Sony R1
Tripod used
Single jpeg x 3 @ +/- .3 in Photomatix 4.2, Processed in CS3 with various plugins.
FEATURD in HDR Photography Group May 2012
PERMANENT FEATURE in Art Universe May 2012

I suffer from viewfinder vision (find myself visualising a frame around everything I see) so my genre is “anything that moves and most things that don’t”!!

I don’t so much wish to document places and things, as to evoke feeling and emotion.

This leads to a diverse portfolio and constantly overloaded external hard drives…not to mention some burning of the midnight oil as I keep looking for that elusive perfect process for yet another ‘masterpiece’!!!

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Comments

  • Noel Elliot
    Noel Elliotover 2 years ago

    Very nice shot Rosalie…nice tones and lighting

  • Thanks Noel – this was a rescue job actually – I’m stunned at how it turned out.

    – Rosalie Dale

  • GailD
    GailDover 2 years ago

    Beautiful. Looks like an old postcard. You’ll have to show me how you do this sepia(ish) conversion. Looks great.

  • Thanks Gail – email sent. Not too difficult!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • jockey
    jockeyover 2 years ago

    Oooh, I like :)

  • Thanks Bill – the original photo had completely wrong WB with too much light coming in the window – it is marvellous what converting to mono reveals!!!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsover 2 years ago

    Perfect in HDR & Black & White. Nice one Rosalie.

  • Thanks MM!!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Noble Upchurch
    Noble Upchurchover 2 years ago

    Absolutely must be viewed large!!! Stunning beauty and elegant craftsmanship!!! Bravo!!!!

  • Cheers Noble – thanks so much for the enthusiastic comment and the fav! (blush)

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Philip Johnson
    Philip Johnsonover 2 years ago

    ooh they are watching me !spooky lol good work Rosalie love the sepia

  • I just loved the gowns displayed around this home – so authentic and other-worldy. Thanks for the fav Philip. I haven’t got Silver Efex working yet so these have been my own variety of mono!!

    – Rosalie Dale

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotover 2 years ago

    Oh, this is so beautiful, Rosalie! Well done!

  • Appreciated Dot – thanks for the fav xx

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Donna19
    Donna19over 2 years ago

    This is so great!

  • Thanks heaps for the fav Donna xx

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...over 2 years ago

    Oh, my… I simply LOVE it!!

    We’re heading off there tomorrow… so goes today’s plan. :) Hopefully…

    Excellent work, Rosalie!!

  • Hope you make it – not far from your place. Thanks for the fav Donna xx

    – Rosalie Dale

  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...over 2 years ago

    I hope the Governess will be there… I’d like to ask her a few questions! ;D

  • She is a bit shy I believe – talk to (can’t remember her name!!!!) the lady who’ll be there tomorrow – some great stories. And there’s a little boy involved as well …

    – Rosalie Dale

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