The Pier

by Kristi Hines · Australia


Another shot from my pre-HDR days. But I still love the composition.

A special thanks to my husband, whose Photoshop skills saved this (and a full day’s worth of photos) from a silly S shaped dust spot that was on my sensor.

The Pier

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-270mm Tamron Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Topaz Adjust


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Chris Frailey

The leading lines of the pier take you straight out to the horizon. Thank goodness for PS skills huh. ;)
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Chris DeAngelis

Strong shot! Love the pier originating from the corner. Did you get that sensor cleaned?
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Mark Garbowski

Great water. There are no big waves but you can see that it isn’t calm. Must have been windy. It really comes across.
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A.Barlow

This is a nice shot, glad Jason was able to save it. I too have been victim of the evil dust spot. However, that means your actually using your camera. So…
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Steve Beal

This is beautifully exposed for a single shot… the comp is great and I love the cool vs. warm tones in the sky, water and sand.
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Toad Hollow Photography

I love the lines you’ve created here, Kristi, what a great photo!
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Tim Gibson

Love your processing on this photo. So clean & simplistic.
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Scott Wood

This is a great image. The leading lines are perfect for it. I honestly don’t believe that HDR would add anything that this image already doesn’t have. You have detail in both the shadow section as well as the sky so the dynamic range is pretty well covered.
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Scott Wood

I forgot to mention that the guy walking out into the scene is just what the image needed.
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