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That pier again

By marktc  
Taking the risk of being boring and repetitive, I played with this image in colour Efex pro... One or two got a sneak preview as I used the multiple upload function and it then appears in your portfolio.

Also I can't say thank you enough to all those that clicked, commented and voted on The white cliffs , and especially to Walter for his valued UA, once again im overwhelmed by the response! Have a great Sunday all...

Tags: Clouds Architecture Architechture Landscape and travel

Voters: mooreish, LynneJoyce, fentiger and 29 more

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16 Jun 2012 11:45AM
This is fantastic Mark.


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16 Jun 2012 11:56AM
Hi Mark, hope the family is ok.

Have you had a look at the Topaz plug-ins, you can try a 30 day (fully functional) trial of each. I would strongly recommend Adust 4, and Remask 3.
Have a look at their site it is an eye opener.

LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2012 7:37AM
I endorse the recommendation for Topaz but I also love Color Efex Pro and OnOne filters. This is very stylised and very stylish. Well done.
fentiger Plus
16 918 24 England
17 Jun 2012 7:45AM
The processing works really well with this image.

Excellent rendition of this Perfectly..with the dramatic sky for atmosphere
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2012 9:08AM
A really top quality photograph, sorry that I can't express myself ant further due to my range of movement.

Regards Nathan
Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
17 Jun 2012 9:53AM
A striking picture, Mark, but not one to adopt as a general style maybe.

17 Jun 2012 1:23PM
Works well with that skyline Mark. Smile

gajewski Plus
13 10 9 United States
17 Jun 2012 9:56PM
WOW -- this is a dynamite image, Mark. You have mastered the Nik filters so quickly. This one is wall worthy.
If I were to nit pick, I would make a small suggestion that would push this one over the top.
There is some spherical aberration that wouldn't be noticeable except for the fact that we see all of those parallel lines in the planks of the boardwalk in the foreground. I don't know your software (Aperture) but I would think it should have something to correct this with a single click.

Otherwise, this really is a tricking image.

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