Weekend Texture Twist

This was my first capture on the Barn Tour I took on vacation with my Dad!  The sky was perfectly cloudy and the grass was a new lush green. Like? Order Here


Add golden light to your photos:
  1. Apply a hue adjustment layer to boost the yellow tones
  2. Add the Clay Texture blended on overlay
Congratulations to the previous Texture Twist Challenge- Olivia author of The Little Things
     Do you have a Texture Twist to share?
    1. Share a photo you've added texture to, open till Tuesday
    2. Grab a Texture Twist button or the link and include it in your post
    3. Add your link with mr. linky below
    4. Check out the other twists and vote your favorite in comments





    Find more weekend inspiration at LEM Photo Challenge, Weekend Wander, the simple things, Sunday Snapshot, Scenic Sunday, Your Sunday Best, Mellow Yellow, Barn Charm, Homestead Barn Hop, and Shadow Shot Sunday

    50 comments :

    1. Both are great photos, well done!

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    2. That is beautiful! It has a whole other "feel" now!

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    3. Love the original because of the sky, but I am rather fond of the treatment you used. Really warmed it up.

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    4. Beautiful. Very nice treatment.

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    5. Hi Kristy! Thanks for stopping by Heaven's Walk and leaving your sweet comment about my clay tags! I've been surfing around your awesome blog and Wow!! You have so much great info on photography and textures here! I haven't gotten into doing textures yet. It would help if I learned how...ya think?? lol! Anyway, loved seeing your beautiful photographs and looking at the befores and afters! :)

      xoxo laurie

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    6. I love your creative play...wonderful!

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    7. Fabulous shot. :)

      Marla @ www.blueskiesphotoblog.com

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    8. Gorgeous, love the barn and love the texture!

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    9. Gorgeous shadow shots!

      My Shadow Shots, have a blessed Sunday!

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    10. Thanks for choosing my pic!!! I love your textures, so much fun! I love what you did with the barn! Gorgeous.

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    11. A great shot either way!

      Teresa

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    12. I love the edit you did on the photo (which I thought was already great, btw)! =)

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    13. A barn tour? How fun that would be.

      My Link:
      Sand, Surf, and Shadows

      Have a glorious Sunday. Hope to have you as a visitor today when you find time.

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    14. You've changed it from spring to fall. I love the colors in this texture...very nice!

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    15. Beautiful capture, both ways. Always interesting how a images changes so much with a texture added.

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    16. I love this. What a difference. B

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    17. Great hint! I've always been partial to warm tones!! Beautiful!

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    18. Thanks for the tip. Beautiful shot. I agree... I like both shots.

      Lou

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    19. Kristy -- you know how much I love barn photos! Yours is exceptional.

      Could you please include a link to Your Sunday Best in this post? I'd surely appreciate it! :)

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    20. What a beautiful picture - I love the golden hue. It makes it seem vintage yet ethereal.

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    21. Love your shot...before & after :)

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    22. That's a great photo (both photos). I like the second one, because it almost looks like autumn!

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    23. Nancy,
      Thanks, there's one already already right above the linky. If you scroll over it, you'll see it's link. I love your barn photography too!

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    24. Love the after. Gorgeous. A barn tour, how fun!

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    25. Gorgeous texture, Kristy. Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my lavender garland!

      Happy Sunday,
      Jami

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    26. really beautiful work here!! I love barns!!

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    27. Great blog — I could do with some photo-processing tips. And here all the photos look superb!

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    28. Good work! One is spring, and the other is autumn.

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    29. I'm such a sucker for old barns. LOVELY photo!

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    30. Beautiful! It'd be a great addition to Barn Charm this evening... swing by & link up! =)

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    31. happy monday, just followed u on GFC. hope u can follow me back.

      and here's my entry for MYM today, please check it out, thank you! Sweet Yellow

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    32. Visiting you from MYM! Here's mine. See you around!

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    33. Lovely to see new faces or rather hear new voices from MYM!

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    34. Your clay texture works so well with this image...the barn SHOULD look like that!

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    35. I like the phot itself, and I really like it after you worked on it....you did just enough without going too far. At least for me.

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    36. I loved what you did. So, even though it is late, I ad my first attempt at textures. :)

      But it is on my blog Bildverkstan.

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    37. I'm so glad you linked up, Kristy... thank you so much!!! =)

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    38. Me again... something is wrong w/ my editing program right now, Paint Shop Pro, but I have plenty of pre-made shots, so I'll definitely be back next week to join Texture Twist... it opens on Saturdays, right?

      Thanks again!

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    39. Tricia,
      I hope it works soon, Yes the Texture Twist starts Sat and closes Tues night.

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    40. That's a great old barn and I really like the texture you added.

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    41. That's a beautiful barn, and I don't know if I like the original or the after photo better. Both are great!

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    42. Love that barn and your texture work is gorgeous!

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    43. This photo is so, so beautiful. No words, really. :)

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