Barn Red: Texture Twist



Who doesn't love a classic red barn in any season? This handsome gem "Had me at Hello" with the lush vine growing along the side. Tucked between a grove of trees and a field of harvested corn the striking bold red contrasts against the empty blue sky. 



 
Bring back a blown out or empty sky by adding depth with a classic vignette and texture.

Photoshop Tutorial:

Optional: Apply a vignette or edge burn
Sparks Cool Texture / Multiply Blending Mode / 65%



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16 comments :

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    1. Thanks Mitzi, I was happy to discover it!

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  2. What a beautiful barn and thanks for inviting!

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    1. Thank you, so glad you popped over!

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  3. Oh yes! I can say I love red barns. I do not encounter them that often here in California. I have seen some but have not had the opportunity to stop for a photo. #WordlessWednesday

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    1. Ruth, I can only imagine how rare they must be in CA

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  4. The texture of the wood with the red is really nice.

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  5. Hello Kristy! This barn is really lovely.
    Thank you for the invitation. :)

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    1. Thank you, I'm so glad you popped in to share those gorgeous relics of nature!

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  6. There is one on the road behind us that use to be my husband's grandparent's farm. It is still red, but now the people there have turned it into a party barn with basketball etc for their kids and grandkids.

    Is amazing how when going down the road, a barn calls attention; even the older falling apart ones. This red one in your photo is lovely. :)

    Thanks for visiting me and linking.

    Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

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    1. You are exactly right, a barn does call attention!

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  7. I love seeing the classic shape and color. Great captures.

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    1. Thanks Betty, so true red barns are classic!

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