Missouri Barns and Such

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    Killer shots- Love the first!
     
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    Truly amazing. I can't decide which one i like the best, they are all so good! :thumbup:
     
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    Great series! 1 & 3 are my favorites.
     
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    Thanks :)

    The barn pictured in the first 2 pics is probably on its last winter according to the owners (they said one more ice and it would probably fall). We talked to them quite a bit. The little old man that lived there was 97 and had a stroke a few years back so he hadn't been able to care for it (but it didn't stop him from hitting on me!) They were pretty excited about me taking the pictures. I told them I would send him a copy of them for letting me shoot the pics. He was really excited about it :)
     
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    The effect is overdone at this point, I believe.
     
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    Eh. To each their own ;)

    I typically do make my photos more natural looking, but I wanted to push these to have a surreal feel. Amazingly enough, on the tone-mapping, it was very lightly done. All of the sliders were very far to the "less" side, because I don' t like the heavy "HDR" look.
     
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    Very nice, and I like your tonemapping.
     
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    great pp and HDR application...

    maybe too much in the last one...

    but I like that. bravo.
     
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    Lynnca, very nice series. Being from Missouri, this is a common sight for me, but I love what you've done with them. That barns got character. Well done.

    Mac,
     
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    Thanks again everyone :)
     
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    Very nice. What part of Missouri were these in?
     

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