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These were just tests today had very little time but wanted to try it out and i can see this is going to get fun for me...
Might have to get another chunk of glass cause this one is really dark....
Was trying to do 22 -16 -11 stops and i am not sure it will work maybe it needs an hour or something lol

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Oct 24, 2010 01:49 |  #692

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These were just tests today had very little time but wanted to try it out and i can see this is going to get fun for me...
Might have to get another chunk of glass cause this one is really dark....
Was trying to do 22 -16 -11 stops and i am not sure it will work maybe it needs an hour or something lol

Nice to see you're having fun with the idea :) I take it that road is normally very busy :)


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Oct 24, 2010 08:56 |  #693

Anyone for ghost writing?
Quick experiment whilst watching the football on tv!

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Oct 24, 2010 14:59 |  #694

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Anyone for ghost writing?
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Creepy! :)


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Oct 26, 2010 14:32 |  #695

Anke wrote in post #11153781 (external link)
Nice to see you're having fun with the idea :) I take it that road is normally very busy :)

really busy cop standing to the far right with radar and near van he probably made 20000 while i was on the bridge...

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Added the time-lapse to this same day little reedit..

107 sec picture you can see a car pulled over him next to the car and him as well behind the van love how the cars at the light at bottom are like ghost cars

Gonna take this to the really busy streets of robson that should be cool


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Oct 26, 2010 19:04 as a reply to  @ jaycky's post |  #696

This is with the gold reflective plastic lens- F13, 30 seconds, no PP, only in-camera white balance set on the clouds-


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Oct 29, 2010 14:09 |  #697

Alright! Finally picked up some welding glass. I got this guy for about $5 at the local Ace Hardware:
http://www.acehardware​outlet.com …tDetails.aspx?S​KU=2102705 (external link)
They also had a "gold filtered" one for $15. Not sure how that would effect the photos.
I just took a quick, boring shot in the backyard and am surprised how well it turned out. Had a green cast, but was quite easy to fix in LR. There was some loss in sharpness, but actually quite good.
I attached it to my 15-85mm using the rubber band and reversed hood method. Might have to pick up another Cokin P filter adapter ring to glue the glass to.
Can't wait to get it out in the mountains and get some cool moving clouds and water shots.


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Oct 29, 2010 14:56 |  #698

-MountainDog- wrote in post #11188755 (external link)
Alright! Finally picked up some welding glass. I got this guy for about $5 at the local Ace Hardware:
http://www.acehardware​outlet.com …tDetails.aspx?S​KU=2102705 (external link)
They also had a "gold filtered" one for $15. Not sure how that would effect the photos.
I just took a quick, boring shot in the backyard and am surprised how well it turned out. Had a green cast, but was quite easy to fix in LR. There was some loss in sharpness, but actually quite good.
I attached it to my 15-85mm using the rubber band and reversed hood method. Might have to pick up another Cokin P filter adapter ring to glue the glass to.
Can't wait to get it out in the mountains and get some cool moving clouds and water shots.

I'd be interested to see the backyard shot to see how it turned out.

Especially can't wait to see the mountains shots as that sounds like the perfect place to use it.


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Oct 29, 2010 15:38 |  #699

Here it is. Like I said, boring, but shows that the quality and color is pretty good.


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Oct 29, 2010 15:47 |  #700

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Here it is. Like I said, boring, but shows that the quality and color is pretty good.

:D Shows it works I suppose :D


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Nov 01, 2010 10:47 |  #701

So what slider do you move in Photoshop to get the green out? Ive been playing with this today but cant figure it out. I was getting close, but not like what Ive seen so far in the thread.


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Nov 01, 2010 10:55 |  #702

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So what slider do you move in Photoshop to get the green out? Ive been playing with this today but cant figure it out. I was getting close, but not like what Ive seen so far in the thread.

You need to be in Camera RAW and slide the Tint Slider all the way to the right.


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Nov 02, 2010 23:29 |  #703

Where do I find the tint slider? In the camera or on the computer while in Raw?


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Where do I find the tint slider? In the camera or on the computer while in Raw?

Open the file in Photoshop using Camera RAW. Are you shooting RAW or JPG?

If JPG you can go to File | Open and when you click on the JPG you can select Format as Camera RAW at the bottom of the dialogue box.

If RAW then Camera RAW should open normally.

The Tint Slider is in the Camera RAW window, of which there is a screenshot below.


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Nov 03, 2010 10:01 |  #705

CliffordPhotography - I don't use PS personally, but the slider they speak of is in CameraRaw or Bridge I believe. There is also usually a filter that can be applied in camera that can bias the shot away from all that green - but probably does not give all the correction you might want to really balance things.

I used DPP, UFRaw or even Picasa (there is just no current way for me to justify the massive expense of the Adobe products) and just select an appropriate white balance and things correct pretty well. That is pretty much the same thing as slamming the tint slider, I think.

I made some more images, but they pretty much suck, so I am going to keep trying before posting any of mine again.

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