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Apr 14, 2015 12:24 |  #8116

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Not a lot out here in Lancaster, CA but Catus and movie sets. So far I have four movie sets out here but haven't found the one where they filmed NCIS. The one where Jenny the director was kill in a shoot out.

Hell, I haven't even seen the movie never mind the church! Must have lead a sheltered life  :p

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Apr 14, 2015 12:24 |  #8117

How do you remember, this far along that you used a CPL? I mean I guess you can tell from the photo, but really, its been years. Do you use a log book or add to the metadata afterwards?


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Apr 14, 2015 12:28 as a reply to  @ peeaanuut's post |  #8118

I've asked Butch that same question before. He always remembers this or that filter was used on shots from years ago (his Alaska pics come to mind). I think he must have the memory of an elephant. (I forget what his answer was to me at the time....LOL).


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Apr 14, 2015 12:29 |  #8119

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How do you remember, this far along that you used a CPL? I mean I guess you can tell from the photo, but really, its been years. Do you use a log book or add to the metadata afterwards?

It was the only filter I had at the time, Joe... My wide angle Tokie and CPL worked wonders for me during a few vacay trips, before I seriously invested in 4x5 ND/GND filters... Up until then, only the Hoya Pro1 Digital CPL was in my inventory...

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Apr 14, 2015 12:30 |  #8120

I think what Joe (and I) want to know is how can you remember that you used the CPL on that particular shot (vs. not having a filter on)? Or did you use the CPL on every single landscape shot?


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Apr 14, 2015 12:32 |  #8121

airbutchie wrote in post #17516946 (external link)
It was the only filter I had at the time, Joe... My wide angle Tokie and CPL worked wonders for me during a few vacay trips, before I seriously invested in 4x5 ND/GND filters... Up until then, only the Hoya Pro1 Digital CPL was in my inventory...

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I guess that makes sense. I mean from the raw image you can see the filters effects but just remembering that you had that exact one. I dont even know all the stuff I have now. lol


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Apr 14, 2015 13:42 |  #8122

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Nice work as usual, Hakan! I see most of your work on Flickr and it never fails to impress.

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Welcome back, Hakan... Uno from moi... Blast from the past...

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Apr 14, 2015 16:43 |  #8123

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the movie set is called four aces

https://www.google.com …!1s0x0:0xe53406​f07e5b1550 (external link)

Four Aces is about ten mile from the church and about five miles from the other movie set we found. Four Aces is where they filmed two Geico TV commercials, one with the guy covered in money and one with the Gecko coming out of the restaurant.


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Apr 14, 2015 17:01 |  #8124

it seems somewhat popular but all the pics I found show that diner at four aces. Might have to make a drive out there. its not really any fun now that I dont have a fun car to drive but oh well. Go in comfort I guess.


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Apr 14, 2015 17:33 |  #8125

The "Club Ed" movie set is nearby as well. I'm thinking about driving out there this weekend. I'll probably stop at the Blackbird Airpark and the Joe Davies Heritage Airpark too.


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Apr 14, 2015 17:49 |  #8126

Road trip! It'd be fun to go out there together one of these weekends.
Got a car show thingie to hit up this weekend, but if anyone is up for it maybe the following week?


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Apr 14, 2015 18:57 |  #8127

Less of a road trip for me but would really like to do a meet up out here. :-)


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Apr 14, 2015 23:38 |  #8128

I just want the waves to cooperate with me. Got the new lens, got a 2x coming this week. I just need waves to go shoot.


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Apr 15, 2015 01:19 |  #8129

I have a Sony a7ii and 24-70 coming this week. So gonna be looking for something more traditional to shoot this weekend.
Of course, the day UPS is scheduled to deliver, I just found out our street is closed to traffic due to resurfacing. Gonna try to have UPS hold it for me at their distribution center.


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Apr 15, 2015 01:26 |  #8130

Will since we are loading pictures of SoCal, here are a few of mine from last month.


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