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Post Your Graduated Neutral Density Sample Shots Please

 
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Jun 30, 2010 17:21 |  #2521

Wow the sun really does shine out of your....... Ha only kidding :)
I like it as well, now quit lurking and get posting more images :)


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Jul 02, 2010 11:35 as a reply to  @ Treat me like a tourist's post |  #2522

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Jul 02, 2010 18:14 |  #2523

J no need to look for an L bracket for me anymore :) Something else arrived in the mail for me this week. I often thought what the deal is with all the fuss made over L brackets now i know, this thing is solid and fits like a glove. Now all i need is a markins Q3T..... watch this space

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Jul 02, 2010 19:07 |  #2524

Treat me like a tourist wrote in post #10468635 (external link)
J no need to look for an L bracket for me anymore :) Something else arrived in the mail for me this week. I often thought what the deal is with all the fuss made over L brackets now i know, this thing is solid and fits like a glove. Now all i need is a markins Q3T..... watch this space

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Very nice Andrew. RRS L brackets is definitely top shelf. It really goes well with a Markins ballhead. I can't wait to see the entire setup. :) Congrats!




  
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Jul 02, 2010 22:01 |  #2525

jdizzle wrote in post #10468827 (external link)
Very nice Andrew. RRS L brackets is definitely top shelf. It really goes well with a Markins ballhead. I can't wait to see the entire setup. :) Congrats!

It goes well with a RRS ballhead, too!


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Jul 03, 2010 05:17 |  #2526

sml wrote in post #10469459 (external link)
It goes well with a RRS ballhead, too!

I used to have a RRS BH-55. While it is a nice ballhead, weight was the reason I sold it. The Markins M20 is 1 lb. lighter and that makes a difference in carrying other gear. :)




  
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Jul 03, 2010 09:08 |  #2527

jdizzle wrote in post #10470501 (external link)
I used to have a RRS BH-55. While it is a nice ballhead, weight was the reason I sold it. The Markins M20 is 1 lb. lighter and that makes a difference in carrying other gear. :)

Me too - same reason for buying the M20. When Gitzo came out with the current Series 3 tripods a several years ago, the need for lighter ballheads in this class became acute. The 3541LS with an M20 on board is an incredible amount of stability and a very low weight.

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Jul 04, 2010 08:41 as a reply to  @ JohnJ80's post |  #2528

Here are some pictures from a recent trip to the Nisga'a Lava Beds.

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Jul 04, 2010 17:49 as a reply to  @ terry_glover's post |  #2529

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This is taken with GND, but I don't remember how strong GND i used.
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Jul 04, 2010 19:42 |  #2530

^ Yikes! No railings on that rock! Anyone ever fall over the edge?


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Jul 04, 2010 19:45 |  #2531

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^ Yikes! No railings on that rock! Anyone ever fall over the edge?

You'd think so, but even with thousands of visitors to this location (it's a major tourist trap), there have been no reported accidents as far as I know.


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Jul 05, 2010 03:42 as a reply to  @ rvdw98's post |  #2532

I tried to google it, but i could'nt find any accidents, beside som suicides. It actually over 600m down to the fjord. Really stunning!

They expect around 100.000 tourist this year, and that's not bad. You have to walk 1-2 hour to get there.


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Jul 05, 2010 13:19 |  #2533

sued5320 wrote in post #10477583 (external link)
^ Yikes! No railings on that rock! Anyone ever fall over the edge?

Accidents or no, it says they have a LOT fewer lawyers in Norway. ;):(


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Jul 05, 2010 17:47 |  #2534

I'm still very new at using ND and GND's.

I'm not as good as a lot of you guys but wanted to share few from this weekend.

These are combo of Lee 3 stop ND and 3 stop GND.

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Jul 05, 2010 20:54 |  #2535

I really like the first two Michael. Not bad for your first attempt. :)




  
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