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May 14, 2010 08:54 |  #196

peterj7 - yes it WAS pretty late when I lasted posted, I went to bed around 4am BST ....zzzzzzzzzzzz, I had a few too many glasses of wine too, so my heads a little fuzzy this afternoon :~()

windpig - I nearly always shoot in evaluative metering mode, in manual exposure mode. What about yourself wind?




  
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May 17, 2010 22:17 |  #197

Some pics from the Cowichan River, shot Friday evening. These are with the 24 TS-E II, circular polarizer, and stacked 2-stop soft GND and 3-stop hard GND.

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May 17, 2010 22:26 |  #198

Nice work Shea, these are really nice. Those filters get expensive.


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May 17, 2010 22:37 |  #199

Thanks.


Yeah, the 105 mm polarizer was a tough pill to swallow, but I think it will be worth it.


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May 17, 2010 22:45 |  #200

Great shots, last is my fave. How do you stack 2 x GND's and a circ polariser - why 105? Using a step down ring I presume?


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May 17, 2010 22:56 |  #201

robonrome wrote in post #10200000 (external link)
Great shots, last is my fave. How do you stack 2 x GND's and a circ polariser - why 105? Using a step down ring I presume?

Using the Lee system, you can use a circular polarizer as well as up to 3 rectangular filters in the same holder. The polarizer has to attach to the front though, and to prevent serious vignetting that would occur with a standard size (77 or 82 mm), a 105 mm is needed. Someday I'll post a pic of the setup, it is quite intimidating :D


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Jun 01, 2010 03:56 as a reply to  @ sheawyatt's post |  #202

An evening light image with a few mm of shift. Ids2 processed in lightroom and silver effex pro.

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Jun 01, 2010 07:47 as a reply to  @ Scuff's post |  #203

Nice work, Scuff! ;)

That tree really completes the composition nicely.

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Jun 01, 2010 08:17 |  #204

The Ghost of FM wrote in post #10281205 (external link)
Nice work, Scuff! ;)

That tree really completes the composition nicely.

Cheers!

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Jun 01, 2010 08:49 |  #205

shea & scuff, great work!

here's one from this past weekend, 24 TS II + 5D MKII

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Jun 01, 2010 14:22 |  #206

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Jun 01, 2010 16:09 |  #207

Scuff wrote in post #10280684 (external link)
An evening light image with a few mm of shift. Ids2 processed in lightroom and silver effex pro.

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Jun 01, 2010 16:10 |  #208

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shea & scuff, great work!

here's one from this past weekend, 24 TS II + 5D MKII

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Jun 03, 2010 17:07 |  #209

I just received my copy, and it is outstanding. I have seriously fallen in love. I was keeping a close eye on the Zeiss 21 during B&H's 15-day return period, in case this lens didn't "wow" me, but I'm most certainly keeping this beauty.

I do intend to purchase an appropriate Lee filter kit soon, but until that time I was curious whether how my 77mm filter collection would behave with this lens paired to an 82-77mm step-up ring. So, I purchased one, and here are the results. I'm glad I bought the ring. It will not be helpful to most, but perhaps there will be others out there with an abundance of 77mm filters. Perhaps this information would be helpful to some later down the road, so here it is:

With 77mm "SLIM" filter:

No mechanical vignetting at normal, non-shifted position. No mechanical vignetting with full horizontal or full vertical shift, even at 12mm. At 45 degrees shift, mechanical vignetting is present until 10mm.

With 77mm "REGULAR" filter:

No mechanical vignetting at normal, non-shifted position. Same as slim filter, no mechanical vignetting with full horizontal or full vertical shift even at 12mm. Except mechanical vignetting is present at 45 degree shift until 9mm.

With 77mm "SLIM + REGULAR" stacked:

No mechanical vignetting at normal, non-shifted position. Severe mechanical vignetting with horizontal or vertical shift, until 7mm. At 45 degrees shift, mechanical vignetting is present until 10mm. At 45 degrees shift, mechanical vignetting is present until 5mm.


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Jun 03, 2010 17:39 |  #210

Oh you already have it Kenny, nice! Congrats! I know you'll do awesome things with it


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