|19th of March 2009 (Thu)||#1|
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Sydney, Oz
Graduated ND filters - when to use Reverse, Hard-Step or Soft-Step?
Does anyone have experience to share of what they use each of these types for?
I'm looking into getting a couple just to start with, and am not quite sure what types of situations each of the reverse, hard-step and soft-step grad ND types would be best for.
I think that reverse NDs would be good for sunsets and rises, soft-steps for more gentle transition between sky and land, but not quite sure about hard-step NDs...but have never used an ND, so this is just an educated guess!
Also, what multiples of f-stops do people use the most?
Any hints and tips on places/brands to buy would be fantastic too!
5DII, 35L, 50L, 85L, 135L, MP-E 65, 100 macro, Brolga the birding lens, macro twin flash, tripods, filters and a big box
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