Today I have a set of 6 old painted wood fence textures for you guys. They are from an old wooden fence with old peeling paint and some subtle grunge details. I see these being used as background elements and overlays, maybe to create a worn and vintage effect on your photos and designs.

The textures were edited in Lightroom, mainly colors and sharpness to enhance the details. Hopefully you can find good use for them and as usual you can download all the textures in one zip file from Dropbox. Enjoy!

Download Free Old Painted Wood Fence Textures

Old Painted Wood Fence Textures

Old Painted Wood Fence Textures

Old Painted Wood Fence Textures

Old Painted Wood Fence Textures

Old Painted Wood Fence Textures

Old Painted Wood Fence Textures

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  • Looks like you and your camera have been wandering around your environs taking these wonderful photos of peeling paint. You seem to have that “freeze frame” focus that hones in on details. It would be interesting once in awhile to see a “distance” shot to see what the original site was like that cause you to walk over and take the these cool shots. I imagine that these are rather close-ups, and I think it would encourage us to move in and see the world with “child fresh eyes”.

    • Thanks Nancy, yes I try to get as much detail as possible when using my 50mm lens. I also like to experiment with my 100mm Macro lens to get a shallow depth of field. The results are often quite interesting and “arty”. I’ll try to remember taking a wider shot of my surroundings and post them along with the textures in the future.

  • You know those ads that pop up on the sides on the right of emails, blogs, etc, unless you pay to not have them there? After I sent you the comment about close-ups on peeling paint, one ad popped up from Perigold with a painting and a console under it that both looked like they had used some of your photos for their designs. …..(music…Twilight zone…:)

  • Looks really nice