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. SOURCE
A sepia tone is a reddish brown monochrome tint applied to a photo giving the picture a warm, antique feeling. Like a black and white photo, the sepia tone make a photograph a special effect that stands out.
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