When I posted this shot of a cool, old building in Columbus, Montana a few days ago, fellow photoblogger, Cindy from Photos from the Loonybin left a comment asking to see more of the building. The shot I posted was one of the only ones I took, but fortunately I had a chance to return to the building at Clough & Pratten one more time before I had to leave Montana and take a few more shots.
Earlier today, Melanie from One Step Closer suggested I try converting the photo to monotone like sepia or black and white. Fortunately, these simple processing tricks are the limit of what I know in Picassa and Photoshop so I played with the new shots a bit below.
Sadly, I’ve still come up empty-handed in my search for more information on the history of this cool, old building.
So, what do you think now? Have a favorite below or some good tips for me?
Old Building Photo #1. Side view of the building that we were told was once a blacksmith shop and/or a stage coach station.
Old Building Photo #2. Photo #1 converted to sepia.
Old Building Photo #3. A wider view of the original shot of the side of the building that I posted a view days ago.
Old Building Photo #4. The front of the building which faces Clough, the railroad tracks, and highway.
Old Building Photo #5. The same shot as above converted to black and white.
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