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Jul 14, 2013 23:26 as a reply to  @ post 16120394 |  #5221

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Jul 15, 2013 04:53 as a reply to  @ snoop99's post |  #5222

First tries with a 10 stop ND filter combined with a CPL:

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There is more noise than I would like in the water in this one:

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Jul 15, 2013 05:03 as a reply to  @ Chiefy's post |  #5223

Lee big stopper

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Jul 15, 2013 06:34 |  #5224

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Jul 15, 2013 23:04 |  #5226

2cruise wrote in post #16120390 (external link)
After I thought about it you can't see squat with the 9 stop on so the CPL first for the right look then the 9 stop. No, I don't have the Lee system :oops:

I have the Z-Finder so even when I have my B+W 10-stop ND and my Schneider 11-stop VND on for a total of 21-stops I can still see fine using live view through my 5D3's 3.2-inch Clear View II LCD monitor. All you have to do is open up the aperture, in my case to f/2.8, get everything in focus then close it down to f/16, meter and set shutter speed. Without the Z-finder long exposures are a pain... compose, focus, lock focus, add filters, hope CPL didn't move, recompose, meter, adjust, shoot... wash-rinse-repeat... With the Z-finder it's compose, manual focus, adjust CPL (yes you can see the CPL effect even at 21 stops, meter, shoot... move on.. If you can afford it I highly recommend the Z-Finder...

p.s. Although that combo can do up to 21-stops anything above 17 - 18 stops gets the dreaded "X" factor... I have done 19-stops with the combo of B+W #110 + Schneider VND set at 7-stops + B&W Slim-Line MRC Kaesemann CPL (adding -2 stops).




  
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Jul 15, 2013 23:27 |  #5227

2cruise wrote in post #16120394 (external link)
9 stop only at f/9, 2.5 sec, ISO 100. Need more practice.


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Actually that is really quite good. Try using f/16 at about 15 to 20 seconds for the really dreamy water fog effect...




  
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Jul 16, 2013 00:05 |  #5228

baj2k wrote in post #16123984 (external link)
I have the Z-Finder so even when I have my B+W 10-stop ND and my Schneider 11-stop VND on for a total of 21-stops I can still see fine using live view through my 5D3's 3.2-inch Clear View II LCD monitor. All you have to do is open up the aperture, in my case to f/2.8, get everything in focus then close it down to f/16, meter and set shutter speed. Without the Z-finder long exposures are a pain... compose, focus, lock focus, add filters, hope CPL didn't move, recompose, meter, adjust, shoot... wash-rinse-repeat... With the Z-finder it's compose, manual focus, adjust CPL (yes you can see the CPL effect even at 21 stops, meter, shoot... move on.. If you can afford it I highly recommend the Z-Finder...

p.s. Although that combo can do up to 21-stops anything above 17 - 18 stops gets the dreaded "X" factor... I have done 19-stops with the combo of B+W #110 + Schneider VND set at 7-stops + B&W Slim-Line MRC Kaesemann CPL (adding -2 stops).

I find that live view works well for me even at 13-15 stops of ND. I usually zoom using live view and manual focus with my TS-E 24.


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Jul 16, 2013 04:03 |  #5229

Arob1000 wrote in post #16124066 (external link)
I find that live view works well for me even at 13-15 stops of ND. I usually zoom using live view and manual focus with my TS-E 24.

Me too. Live view manual focus, then add gnd and polariser as required (lee) then meter the shot. Take a quick test shot. If all ok slide in big stopper in slot closest to lens and roll the exposure dial for 33 clicks (my big stopper is 11 stops)


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Jul 16, 2013 08:09 as a reply to  @ Harm's post |  #5231

Thanks for all the great tips!


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Jul 18, 2013 01:43 as a reply to  @ 2cruise's post |  #5232

I have to add the 10 stop and a CPL to my gear soon these shots in this post are amazing!


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Jul 18, 2013 04:53 |  #5233

ScottDeeley wrote in post #9063676 (external link)
What kind of equipment must you have to be able to let your shutter stay open for 180 seconds? These shots are amazing!

You need dark enough ND filter. I use Haida ND1000x.


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Jul 18, 2013 08:47 as a reply to  @ Photo123abc's post |  #5234

This one is from a few years back, somewhere around Sedona, AZ.

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Jul 19, 2013 02:33 as a reply to  @ George7806's post |  #5235

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