vintage barn {139/365}
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vintage barn {139/365}

I think some barn shots are way overdue, no?

from day 139

At least when I have to venture into a roadside ditch these days, it’s not into five feet of snow!

As usual, I can’t remember the processing recipe I concocted. Big surprise. There’s Rita’s Butterscotch Vintage action on there along with one other one I don’t remember from somewhere else, a couple of textures from Paree Erica and Skeletal Mess, and some masking, some other adjustments … who knows. I went with textures because the sky was so blah and more than a little blown out.

Here’s my shot for today …



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  • Louisiana Belle
    Posted at 10:25h, 20 May Reply

    I can’t think of a better use of textures! These are great!
    .-= Louisiana Belle´s last blog ..Day 138: Out of ideas =-.

  • CP
    Posted at 13:54h, 20 May Reply

    did you use some color enhancements on that? they are so stark and beautiful…i can’t fathom that those are the real colors untouched!
    .-= CP´s last blog ..Conversation with Esther #345767346 =-.

    • janice
      Posted at 14:15h, 20 May Reply

      There’s all sorts of stuff going on there :)
      I <3 you.

  • Tug
    Posted at 21:18h, 20 May Reply

    LOVE that first shot – what an awesome foreground with the old barn.
    .-= Tug´s last blog ..What’s that ‘mell? =-.

    • janice
      Posted at 21:52h, 20 May Reply

      Thanks C! Y’know, I chose that one first for my POTD but I wasn’t sure of it and so I wimped out and went with the somewhat ‘safe’ shot. Stupid, right?
      We’re our own worst critics.

  • Tug
    Posted at 21:54h, 20 May Reply

    Not stupid at all…always questioning ourselves pushes us, and (hopefully) only makes us better.
    .-= Tug´s last blog ..What’s that ‘mell? =-.

    • janice
      Posted at 23:22h, 20 May Reply

      I work on them for too long sometimes. Everything starts to look stupid after awhile. Kind of like when you keep spelling a word over and over and then it doesn’t look right? Y’know? :)

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