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May 09, 2012 22:07 |  #16

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May 10, 2012 06:29 as a reply to  @ Cali_PH's post |  #17

Love the series Scott, and thanks for posting the parameters and setup. Can I ask how you caculate your exposure time? Ive been using a method of ISO 6400 and for evey second of SS indicated I do a 1 to 1, sec to min at ISO 100 without filters. I want to add filters to the mix and just havent found the right formula.


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May 11, 2012 19:25 |  #18

Thank you all so much! :)

stargazer77517 wrote in post #14409409 (external link)
Love the series Scott, and thanks for posting the parameters and setup. Can I ask how you caculate your exposure time? Ive been using a method of ISO 6400 and for evey second of SS indicated I do a 1 to 1, sec to min at ISO 100 without filters. I want to add filters to the mix and just havent found the right formula.

Thank you!

Honestly, I have photographed so many long exposures I have a pretty good feel for things and usually get it or close on the first exposure. When I started using the 10 stop (b+w) I would set my camera to iso 1600 or 3200 and get my exposure looking good then do the math to get to ISO100.

At the time I made a chart for easy reference:

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May 11, 2012 20:51 |  #19

Beautiful images and processing.


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May 12, 2012 01:55 |  #20

Scott,
Great images and fantastic PP and presentation.

For me, your style of photography is something to aspire too.

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May 12, 2012 05:26 |  #21

Gulp, amazing!

I love them all, but no.4 for me is awesome with the rust color on the rock, stunning images!!


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May 12, 2012 05:59 |  #22

RSMarco wrote in post #14419663 (external link)
For me, your style of photography is something to aspire too.

Exactly, have spent most of last 24hrs since joining this forum looking at the pics on here but these are truly inspiring.


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May 13, 2012 13:04 |  #23

Thank you all so much for the comments! I greatly appreciate it! I feel humbled to be an inspiration to others even though I often feel uninspired! Being a landscape lover and shooter living in the prairies sure has it's challenges!


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May 13, 2012 16:35 |  #24

top shelf for sure..


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May 13, 2012 16:47 |  #25

These are stunning! I especially love the light in the last one.




  
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May 13, 2012 19:37 as a reply to  @ iamascientist's post |  #26

Beautiful!


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May 13, 2012 20:39 |  #27

Beautiful, you really captured the moment!




  
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May 14, 2012 15:47 |  #28

Thank you once again for the kind words!


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May 14, 2012 19:26 |  #29

Theses are amazing. Wish i had a set of NDs and grad NDs


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May 15, 2012 15:40 |  #30

RJBimages wrote in post #14431913 (external link)
Theses are amazing. Wish i had a set of NDs and grad NDs

Thank you. You can get into filters for fairly cheap if you want. Cokin is cheap but not the best quality. I used a few as I can't afford much else.

You could try maxsaver.net

That is where I bought my 10 stop a couple years ago. Much cheaper then in the local store. I paid $85 and the stores were selling them for $179.99. BIG savings.

There price has gone up a little but still a great deal:

http://maxsaver.net …00x-110-Glass-Filter.aspx (external link)

A little lest quality and price you could get a Hoya ND400 9 stop ND filter:
http://maxsaver.net …00x-HMC-Glass-Filter.aspx (external link)

I have a Hoya ND8 (3 stop) ND and a B+W ND110 (10 stop) and may pick up a 6 stop as sometimes I need an in-between strength.

Cokin filters are quite cheap. There is also a few other less expensive brands.

You don't have to spend a ton of money to get into filters and filters are essential for landscape shooters.


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