Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Barn #4
 
Love this barn shot....I changed it to B&W and then I applied French Kiss Glorious Grunge Patriot Texture twice at 100%.

23 comments:

  1. Such a wonderful example of yesterday's rural America.

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    1. Thanks Kathy...exactly the look I was wanting.

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  2. really like the treatment you gave it.

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    1. Thanks Theresa and thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Beautiful old barn! I like both shots, Linda!

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    1. Thanks Brian...I always appreciate comments from great photographers as yourself.

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    1. Thanks Cheryl and please come back anytime.

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  5. This is a great one...I love either version of it.

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    1. Thanks Rose....I lean more towards the textured one....I just love the old world look.

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  6. Barn red is a stubborn color--love the way it's hanging on in that one sheltered patch near the hay loft and then along the board edges. And this is the very best barn shape--a classic. All the editing options brings out the artist in us, doesn't it? What would happen if I just. . .love the surprise.

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  7. Hi Faye....this is my favorite barn style...thank you for your sweet comments, always enjoy hearing from you.

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  8. that is a handsome barn. I love barns of that type ... or any type for that matter.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Latane and for your sweet comment.

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  9. I love this barn style and your photos are great! :)

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    1. Thanks Nancy....I appreciate the compliment!

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  10. This is a handsome barn. I like both the original and the one you played with equally well. :)

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    1. Hi CameraGirl...glad you stopped by and thank you for the sweet comment.

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  11. This is an iconic shot - I like both treatments - hard to choose between them. I love the name of the texture too, whoever dreams these up?

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    1. Hi Jenny...thanks for stopping by and leaving your sweet comments.

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    2. Jenny thanks for joining up to follow my blog....I hope you visit often.

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  12. Fabulous barn! I love the upper loft doors and overhang.

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    1. Thanks Carole, I love the loft in this barn also.

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