The Texture Touch


I adore the baked auburn paint on the buildings of this farmstead. Others may see it as shabby, but I see beauty!

 "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder"


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  1. Drop and pull legacy #3 texture over your photograph
  2. From the layers palette, select the darker color blending mode
  3. Slide the opacity bar down to 15%
  4. Apply heirloom #5 as a 2nd layer of texture
  5. Blend on soft light with a 20% opacity
  6. Add heirloom #8 to the top 
  7. Select the darken blending mode at an opacity of 65%

vanilla rhapsody



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27 comments :

  1. I see it as beauitful too.... So lovely.

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  2. Gorgeous shooting & texturing, gorgeous! I love it!

    Thanks so much in advance for joining =)

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  3. Lovely! I so enjoy your photography and processing!

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  4. I think the more aged the better!

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  5. Your beautiful photos take me back to country walks in Suffolk in late autumn.

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  6. Stunning processing with your photos. Major love.
    Laurie @ Pride in Photos

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    1. Thank You Laurie, - that is so sweet "Major Love"

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  7. I totally agree w/ you girl! STUNNING all around. You find the most amazing sites to photograph, & do it SO well. Thanks for sharing your beauty w/ us!

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    1. Thank Melanie - you are "awesomesauce"

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  8. Just beautiful! As usual, your processing is amazing!

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  9. I like the dreamlike quality of these.

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  10. Oh how I love wonderful old barns and your treatment of these shots is beautiful!

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  11. gorgeous. has a lilac tint to the pictures. cool. maybe the flower photo makes it seem that way. (:

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  12. I really like the mosaic idea -- beautiful!

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  13. I agree - I see beauty, too! Well done, Kristy :)

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  14. This picture is beautiful.

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  15. The more I investigate this blog the more I love it. I think in here I can let my passion for photography free and also learn many amazing things all my future photos will benefit from. Thank you for the inspiration xx

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  16. So great. I love photos, and Norwegian old houses and barns.
    My passion lead me to lots of old buildings. Taking photos is giving me joy and happiness,reflections, recreation,admiring and wondering.
    I wish the history could be told.

    Regards form Norway

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