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Mar 29, 2014 00:31 |  #16

Roxanne182 wrote in post #16792905 (external link)
Yes...just way overexposed. "Bright white" may not be the best description. I can post the image in a couple days probably...(out of town and not near my computer) or can just post my image when I get new filters! :)

That just means you need a faster shutter speed and/or a stronger ND filter. Nothing else you can do about it. No need to post the image ;)

I suggest looking at the Haida pro II 10 stop screw-in filter.


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Mar 30, 2014 13:00 as a reply to  @ Sirrith's post |  #17

to get the clouds milky, the clouds do have to be moving. You also need a long enough exposure to capture the movement. from there its just aperture and ISO.
The ND's help you to get the needed exposure time.




  
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May 21, 2014 10:54 |  #18

Sirrith wrote in post #16794288 (external link)
That just means you need a faster shutter speed and/or a stronger ND filter. Nothing else you can do about it. No need to post the image ;)

I suggest looking at the Haida pro II 10 stop screw-in filter.

Faster shutter speed means less light ;) - problem solved


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