blue-ish

By: Lesley

Jan 24 2012

Category: barns, Grey-Bruce

12 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:11.9mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/800 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

I was tempted to play around with different effects on this barn (now that Picnik premium effects are free…) but in the end, I liked the bluish tinge to the barn wood that matched the sky. This barn was found just down the road from the nameless building in my previous post, here.

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12 comments on “blue-ish”

  1. It’s a great barn and I love the fence!

  2. Another good example of the varied and utilitarian architecture of barns.

  3. It’s a great barn and I like that bluish tinge too!

  4. Wow looks like these is our neighbors barn. It does look the same. ^_^

    Barn

  5. I like the blue tint, too, it’s very faint, but it’s cool!

    I didn’t know they made picnik premium free, now…

    You’re awesome for joining Barn Charm, thank you! =)

  6. Very nice! Sometimes a photo is best just left alone, and I think you made a good choice.

  7. Hi there – I think the colours are great just as they are.

    Was the rock pool problem caused by me writing “rockpool” – or was it something else?

    SM

  8. i’m curious how people see blue? i see gray (grey). i see a blue sky? i’ve noticed a lot of people say that something & i’m wondering why my eye does not see that? (:

    • yes, it is a faint tinge. it really looks blue after you compare it to some of the other treatments I tried, like antique or cinemascope!

  9. great barn, love the foundation and the fencing too 🙂

  10. I like the pale gray/blue tones in the photo.


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