Who Watches the Watchmen

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, Black Canyon City, HDR


I’ve watched the movie a few times myself, and there are really three words that define the entire movie. I’ll leave it up to you to guess what those three words are.

So imagine how amusing it was to see this at the dog track?

Who Watches the Watchmen

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-200mm Nikon Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Topaz Adjust, Photomatix Pro 4


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Ryan Sexton

I like all the different textures in this shot. Fantastic job Kristi!
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Chris Kenison

Very cool! Loving the detail and the overall composition. Great processing too!
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Chris Nitz

Really cool find. I like the comp and the processing. The graffiti adds a nice flare to the shot as well. Great shot!
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Dave DiCello

So much to look at here Kristi, my eyes are jumping all over the place! I love the low POV too, really excellent work
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Captain Kimo

This is a great series I’m surprised this building is still up.
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Mike Olbinski

Awesome Kristi…and you’ll probably get a kick out of this 🙂

http://www.mikeolbinski.com/2011/01/watchmen/
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Kristi Hines

Haha, we caught it from the same angle. I presume to avoid the rest of the “artwork” to the right? 🙂

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Mike Olbinski

I don’t remember what the rest was 🙂 Just liked the angle 🙂
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Jim Nix

That totally rocks! Great processing, great comp, love the whole scene. Well done. Jim

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A.Barlow

Ha! That’s awesome! I loved that movie. Little slow at first and maybe a tad long, but pretty good.

I like the processing you did on this shot, works really well specially when you think of the style that the movie was shot in 🙂
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Chris Frailey

Very nice Kristi. Love this shot.
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Barbara Youngleson

Great perspective, Kristi. I love how you’ve captured the light on the chairs, leading our eyes all around this wonderful clutter!
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Chris DeAngelis

Love the details in the chairs. I’m really digging the low perspective!
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Keith Moyer

You did an awesome job of composing this! Nice work!
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Jimi Jones

Awesome, Kristi.
I love this image, great textures and detail.
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Tom Baker

Very cool shot. I’d have laughed my rear off if I had stumbled over that! So come one, what 3 words?
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Bob Lussier

I love the low POV of this shot. And the framing is just great. Never seen the movie. Would love to learn what the three words are.

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Mike Criswell

Wow, this is perfect, great compo, what a great find!
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Mark Garbowski

Saw the movie. Read the book. Love the photo. Don’t know what the 3 words are.
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Justin

What a find. I would have to carry around extra spray paint for something like this. Nicely done!
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David LaSpina

The title attracted me to this old post. I haven’t seen the movie yet, but the graphic novel is one of my favorite books (which says something.. since my normal favorites are “boring” things like Walden, The Great Gatsby, Charles Dickens, and so on). I’m almost afraid to see the movie maybe…..

But great shot. I never did must urban ruin exporation (urbex?) back in the states. A lot of people do it here, but I’m a little lerry of that because I have a family and don’t want to risk my Visa, but if I ever make it back to the States I def will have to try my hand at it. You take some great shots.
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