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Post your 9 or 10 stop ND photos

 
TRhoads
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Dec 11, 2017 05:52 |  #8686

14 Stops in total, Lee Big Stopper and FH Firecrest 4 Stop. 3 Minutes, and probably 1 stop underexposed.

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Dec 11, 2017 06:08 as a reply to TRhoads's post |  #8687

Very nice artistic image




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TRhoads
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Dec 11, 2017 11:42 |  #8688

junglialoh wrote in post #18515223 (external link)
Very nice artistic image

thanks!


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Dec 11, 2017 13:03 |  #8689

My first attempt using an 10 Stop (or any) ND filter.

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Dec 11, 2017 21:10 |  #8690

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10 Stops ND + CPL.



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Dec 12, 2017 06:14 |  #8691

Mark_Mason wrote in post #18515478 (external link)
My first attempt using an 10 Stop (or any) ND filter.

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What's going on at the bottom of this picture? The frothy water seems to go to a dead calm blue along a pretty severe line.


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Dec 12, 2017 07:28 as a reply to saea501's post |  #8692

Smooth water above the dam I am guessing.


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Mark_Mason
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Dec 12, 2017 09:25 |  #8693

Najo wrote in post #18516005 (external link)
Smooth water above the dam I am guessing.

Yup. That's where the water drops into the lower area.


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Dec 18, 2017 14:59 |  #8694

10 stop ND and a CP, I need to upgrade my setup to stop using screw in filters already. Such a hassle.

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Dec 18, 2017 15:04 |  #8695

yeamans17 wrote in post #18521067 (external link)
10 stop ND and a CP, I need to upgrade my setup to stop using screw in filters already. Such a hassle.

I can relate,

I looked up these magnetic attachments so that you could easily just put the filter on via a magnet, but it would vignette on ultrawides a little. I left square filters behind because they're a hassle to me more so than a screw on filter because of the need to transport several, they're large, the large aparatus to fit them to the front of a lens, lack of lens hood, etc. These days, I just leave the filter in place, and I can see well enough to compose and everything on the LCD/EVF through a 10 stop filter even so that I don't have to take the filter off for anything. Granted, I'm typically just doing 30 second exposures mostly (and if I want longer, I stack these days, rather than do 8 minute or longer singles).

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Dec 18, 2017 15:12 as a reply to MalVeauX's post |  #8696

My biggest hurdle is usually the vignetting, but also the husky attached to one arm who's always eager to explore while I'm framing up a shot which makes threading filters on a challenge (I almost dropped one off a cliff a few weeks back). I had initially framed this shot out at 17mm but had to zoom out to make up for the vignette caused by the stacked filters.




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Dec 18, 2017 15:14 |  #8697

yeamans17 wrote in post #18521067 (external link)
10 stop ND and a CP, I need to upgrade my setup to stop using screw in filters already. Such a hassle.

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Superb picture but please level the horizon. :)




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Dec 18, 2017 15:44 |  #8698

Pippan wrote in post #18521084 (external link)
Superb picture but please level the horizon. :)

The horizon is 100% level, thanks for the input though.




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Dec 18, 2017 19:06 |  #8699

yeamans17 wrote in post #18521119 (external link)
The horizon is 100% level, thanks for the input though.

it actually is .24 degress CCW out...what method are you using to level it?


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Dec 18, 2017 19:19 as a reply to TRhoads's post |  #8700

Spirit level on both the tripod clamp and hot shoe as well as the in camera 5D4 level. My tripod was leveled before adding my camera and the head was also leveled after the shot was framed.




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