Photographing Barns in the Palouse

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Barns are a favorite subject for any photographer.  We love red ones especially, but will take any old barn in a field.  Here are some of the best barns we saw in the Palouse region of south eastern Washington a few weeks ago.

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A nice green field of wheat or grass along with an angry sky really helps.

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Adding elements to the photo like an interesting foreground and a tree make a nice composition.

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Remember to “see” in black and white.

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Fences can add an interesting element as well.

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Don’t forget to try portrait,as well as, landscape orientation.

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Sometimes the simplest subject and composition makes the best photo.

And remember, never pass up a chance to make a photo of a red barn.

1406_PSA_Palouse_0763-Edit Here are two of our popular blogs about Oregon Barns #1 and Oregon Barns #2.

Here are links to more Palouse information Photographing Palouse Falls blogCreative Techniques in the Palouse, and Sunrise and Sunset from Steptoe Butte.

To see (and buy) our photographs, please go to www.pamphotography.com.

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5 thoughts on “Photographing Barns in the Palouse

  1. Loretta – thank you so much for the kind words! We had a great time ….there is something to be said for spending all of your vacation time focused on just doing one thing. I’ve finally convinced Peter we need a vacation focused on reading books by the water :).

  2. Pingback: Photographing the Palouse at Sunrise and Sunset | pamphotography

  3. I am soooo in love with the red barn photo. It just jumps out at you from the center of the screen. Great shot and finishing!

  4. Pingback: Photographing Barns in Vermont | pamphotography

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