The Texture Touch

Recipe:
  1. add the autumn sunrise 4 texture to your image
  2. set the blending mode to linear burn
  3. add the cinnamon texture on top of the first texture
  4. set the blending mode of this layer to soft light
  5. lower the opacity of top layer to 70%

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22 comments :

  1. I'm always intrigued by old buildings. Wonderful editing.

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  2. I love the brightness of the collage! ...and beautiful shot of the barn building!

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  3. Kristy, this is just gorgeous. I love the way you've put it together, and the light is incredible!

    Thank you so much for sharing your work today at The Creative Exchange.

    Have a wonderful evening!

    lisa.

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  4. I love the light in these photos! Great job!

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  5. I love your processing in these images. The light is amazing. Well done!

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  6. What a lovely group of photos! Excellent processing.

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  7. Beautiful processing!

    Erika B

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  8. Lovely country feelings. I like a colors so much.

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  9. How beautiful! Love these...

    Hope you have a blessed day today♥

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  10. This is so beautiful. Thanks for including the recipe!

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  11. Ethereal.

    And lovely.

    =)

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  12. wow this is so beautiful, as always! I have a link up today for sharing photo and editing tips, this post would be perfect if you're interested!

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  13. Jaymi,
    Thanks for invite, I just linked up!

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  14. amazing & gorgeous!!
    stopping by from CG (:

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  15. I love these shots and the textures!!!

    Absolutely beautiful!

    Glad I found you through Sweet Shot Tuesday!

    Lori

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  16. The barn shot is amazing! I love the effect the processing has on the mood of the photos. Very rustic and worn. Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Absolutely stunning. What beautiful pictures. As always. You make my day : )

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  18. That is got to be one of the most sweetest things anyone has ever said to me! Thanks so much!!

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  19. What a beauty, Kristy! Thanks for linking up to Barn Charm =)

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  20. What a lovely old barn. It looks to have seen better days. Glad you were able to capture a shot of it.

    Barn Charm 58

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I love reading your little notes, it makes me smile from ear to ear!