Beginning in the 1880s, sepia was produced by adding a pigment, called sepia, made from the Sepia officinalis cuttlefish found in the English channel, to the positive print of a photograph.
“Each of us chooses the tone for telling his or her own story. I would like to choose the durable clarity of a platinum print, but nothing in my destiny possesses the luminosity. I live among diffuse shadings, veiled mysteries, uncertainties; the tone of telling my life is closer to that of a portrait in sepia.”
― Isabel Allende, Portrait in Sepia
The baby with bowl on head is my oldest son, while I am the newbie in the middle, there is also my dad with my son and niece and my Husband and his mom with both our boys
Sepia is a sweet golden hue that implies age and the golden era of your life