Rafters, Architecture Photo, Man Made Abstract Image, Kentucky Equine Scene, Non-Matted Photo, Unframed Wall Art
Subject: Barn Photography, Kentucky Equine Scene
Location: Nicholasville, KY USA
Style: Pictorialism (See Photo Terminology)
Category: Architecture Photo
Room Display Photo: Not to Scale
Aspect Ratio: See Below
18x24 Closeup: See Below
Format: Full View or Resized (See Aspect Ratio)
Photo Finish: Luster
Photo Border: Borderless
Paper: Kodak Professional Endura Premier Paper
Printer: Professional USA Photo Lab
Certificate of Authenticity: See Below
Watermarks: Not included
Camera: Panasonic digital camera
Image Year: 2017
Special Editing: 2019
Photographer: Michael McBrayer
brand: Corner Stone Cowboy
Status: Custom, Made to Order, Print on Demand
Production Time: 6-10 business days (time required to manufacture product).
Delivery Time: Variable depending on customer address. See "Shipping Details".
BIO: These rafters in a central Kentucky horse barn make their own abstract image. I took this photo in Febraury of 2017.
ASPECT RATIO: The aspect ration for the 1st image above is for 6x8, 9x12, 12x16 or 18x24. Aspect ratio samples for any of the available sizes not shown can be emailed upon request.
18x24 CLOSEUP: The closeup shown here is smaller than the actual sample. A full size of the sample closeup can be emailed upon request.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY: A signed certificate is mailed separately at no charge for USA orders. The certificate is included at no charge for international orders. The 8.5” x 11” (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm) archival quality certificate is 24 lb. linen paper containing 25% cotton. USA customers please note that the certificate is mailed unfolded in a large envelope but is not protected from bending by the Post Office.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Colors shown on images are only approximations due to variations in item scanning and monitor settings.
Inventory Code: NPL/PHT
Kentucky Horse Barn Rafters, Architecture Photo
ASPECT RATIO: The relationship, or ratio, of an image’s width to the height.
CROPPED: The edges of the original image are trimmed to a new aspect ratio. Sometimes significant areas of the original image can be lost.
FULL VIEW: The un-cropped, un-resized original camera image aspect ratio.
RESIZED: An editing program is used to digitally change the aspect ratio of the original camera image as required for various print sizes. No image is lost, but there can be some image distortion.