This is the back view of the largest barn that is on my daddy's farm. We used to play in and around this barn the most when I was a child. This photo was taken a couple of weeks ago on a mostly cloudy day. The the sky is blown out, as well as the tin roof. This shot is SOOC other than a little bit of cropping.
I tried adding several textures, but was unable to get the look I was after. Finally, I decided to use Topaz Adjust after making some basic edits with PS Elements. My friend Steve introduced me to this wonderful product and I highly recommend it! You can try it free for 30 days, as well as all of their products. Topaz Adjust is a plugin that is compatible with PhotoShop, Lightroom and PS Elements (and more I am sure). It is reasonably priced and you can find the link on Steve's page.
I will share additional photos/views with in the coming weeks over at Barn Charm. I found a pretty neat surprise underneath this particular side of the shed and hope to be able to edit it as a single HDR image in the next few weeks.
I am also linking up with The Creative Exchange over at Lisa Gordon Photography. The theme of The Creative Exchange is "Your Camera in One Hand, Your Heart in The Other." This fits perfectly with my love of all old barns, but especially this family treasure!