Tuesday, June 11, 2013

On the Road

Driving down a back road I spotted this old garage and snapped a photo from the car.  A bit of editing and textures helped to get rid of the car vents reflection in the dirty windows.


Three layers of Kim Klassen's texture Edith was used in Soft Light and Color Burn.  I experimented with opacity , layer masks and hue adjustments.


The Before photo:

 
 
 
P52 Sweet Shot Tuesday with Kent Weakley kimklassencafe

17 comments:

  1. don't you just love finding photo ops like this! Old, falling down structures are so interesting.

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  2. OH yes... the after is gorgeous. It was a really great photo to start from.

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  3. You've done such a great job with the edit....and although it looks to be an old building, you've turned it into a fabulous "vintage" one.

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  4. You did a wonderful job Stephanie.

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  5. Cool building. Great editing!

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  6. Absolutely brilliant editing

    Mollyxxx

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  7. Beautiful job on this vintage-type photo. Love!!

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  8. I do love old, rustic, one-of-a-kind buildings. You did a fine job editing your fast capture!

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  9. Wow, your edits really made this photo! Great work! Thanks so much for your kind encouragement at my place!

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  10. You live in a great place for hunting down fun photo ops like this. Great job.

    Warm regards,
    Karla

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  11. You did an awesome job with this shot! I love the texture and processing. Old structures like this are fascinating to me. You gave it so much depth.

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  12. Nice fixes. I like the sepia tone you've added.

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  13. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE... First,I love old barns/garages. Second,I love your texture work, and finally, I just love the entire thing;)!

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  14. When I saw the photo, I thought what a great bird house it would make if it were the right size. Great photo.

    Earl

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  15. You've worked miracles - you gave it charm.

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