I was in my senior year of high school (1982) when I took Mr. McNamara’s photography class. This was the class I most looked forward to each day! Back in the day we developed our own film, exposed paper to light, and processed the image. I took this picture at Lake Camanche, California. I don’t remember the exact process for creating this print, but it wasn’t using a mouse. I had to process the photo – I don’t think I put it through all the trays of chemicals. Then, I used rubber cement to mask the portions of the photo I didn’t want to turn sepia. I remember having to print the picture numerous times because using the brush that comes with the rubber cement would leave streaks. When I completed the developing process, I would get random streaks of sepia where it should have remained black & white. This was the completed processed photo. Mr. McNamara submitted it to our local county fair and I won a blue ribbon! These days, I could have achieved this look much easier with a mouse. However, some things are just more fun done the old school way!