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Morning Barn

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Morning Barn

Morning Barn
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Contest Finalist in Farms And Barns Photo Contest
Peer Award
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Superb Composition
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Top Choice
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Absolute Masterpiece
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Outstanding Creativity
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Superior Skill
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Magnificent Capture
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All Star
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Top Ranks

Architectural Masterpieces Photo ContestTop 10 rank
Architectural Masterpieces Photo ContestTop 10 rank week 1
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1 Comment |
carolfooteriley May 20, 2017
Awesome picture!
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Behind The Lens


This shot was taken in the Lower Mainland near Chiliwack, British Columbia


It was early in the morning right before sunrise


I was on my way home after shooting some nightscape time lapse all night. I was really tired after doing all niter when driving back home. And all of a sudden it started to fill in these explosive colors in the sky. I then turned out to the nearest exit to look for something that go well with the vibrant sky. And not too long before I saw these red barn on the side with the lovely green field made a good combination of colors!


Canon 6D with a Samyang 14mm Lens


The vibrant skies!


Multiple exposure shots were used to create this image. They were first process thru Camera Raw with basic contrast and brightness adjustments. Then bring into PS for exposure blending, contrast, brightness, color adjustments! And at last, sharpening, watermark, resizing, and exporting

In my camera bag

Canon 6D with a few lens Samyang 12mm f/2.8 Samyang 14mm f/2.8 Canon 24-105mm f/4L Canon 200mm f/2.8L ***Also a Z Camera E1 Mini 4K video camera for some live footage***


My capture of this image is 70% luck finding a good foreground that working well, harmonically syncing with colors, shapes, and perspective. Symmetry lines... Okay.... My advise is to look for elements that have a good perspective, knowing well with your lens by using the right focal length. Finding a right composition that show a nice shapes of your foreground. And then look for, plan ahead, or simply wait for the good lights to happen!

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