Forgotten December

There's just something about finding a barn hidden in the country.  I'm pretty sure this beauty is only seen in winter. 

Titled: Forgotten December


Turn your images into a dream!
  1. Open the filters tab choose Distort- Diffuse Glow adjust the settings to the glow amount you prefer
  2. Add warm glow with the linear gradient tool (Use the screencast to select the color I choose), change the blending mode to color and and the lower the opacity to 35%
  3. Add the NEW Forgotten texture on a blending mode of multiply at around half the opacity


Up for a Photo Challenge:
Paper Heart Camera: Touch up Tuesday
Simplicity: Happiness
Leigh vs Laundry: The Happiness Project
Trendy Treehouse: Shutter Love Tuesday: Tints
My3BoyBarians: Sweet Shot Tuesday

35 comments :

  1. VERY cool before and after :)

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  2. So Beautiful! I am a new follower and came across your lovely blog page!

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  3. This is beautiful!!

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  4. Just beautiful. Looks very peaceful.

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  5. Okay, I am in love. Let's just establish that! I love your photos--the subjects you choose in all of their rustic charm and the techniques you use to enhance them--I will learn much from your site!

    Hugs,
    Lana

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  6. Love the photo for Sweet Shot Tuesday. And love the special effects and how you made them. I'm always looking for tips to help me with my easy to use digital camera! Very interesting.

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  7. Your comments are big embrace on a stressful day!

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  8. Processing really adds to the feel of this photo...nicely done!
    New follower and thanks for following my blog!

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  9. this is so neat. Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. Love the Before and Afters here on your blog and love that you add step by step details. :)

    Amber
    http://learningdigitalphotographyblog.com/

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  11. Wow! I love the mysterious feel it conveys! You always find the most interesting things to photograph!

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  12. Love the texture and feeling of the photo.

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  13. Nicelly done again.
    ♥Hugs.

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  14. wow, is it weird that that barn kinda creeps me out? i love the shot & i love your editing though ;)

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  15. really beautifully edited!

    blessings,
    jill
    http://fnaphotography.blogspot.com

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  16. I lake it before and after, beautiful!
    Kisses.

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  17. It's beautiful, Kristy! Barns never get boring!!

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  18. Great composition, wonderful processing, and the trees in front of the barn are fabulous, almost like they are framing the scene.

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  19. Amy is right the barn does a have bit of creepiness to it!

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  20. So pretty! I love the faint text in the overlay!

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  21. Wonderful processing - I love it!

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  22. way pretty!

    patty@findingserendipity.com

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  23. I love trees and I love what you did with yours!

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  24. Gorgeous photo...I have a "thing" for the writing....was that already in the texture?

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  25. Gorgeous photo and edit.

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  26. Lucy, yes the writing script is part of the Forgotten Texture!

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  27. Hi! This blog is exactly what I was looking for..I absolutely cannot taking great pictures, but i've always dreamt of being able to do it! Thanks because you make me dream!
    I follow and admire you! Kisses from Rome
    Laura@RicevereconStile

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