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Apr 30, 2021 17:52 |  #9646

TRhoads wrote in post #19229923 (external link)
10 Stop ND to get to 10 Seconds, and then Smooth Reflections to blend 16 exposures.

I’m going to check out the smooth reflections thing. I wouldn’t mind something that let me keep the exposure times more reasonable....particul​arly in bright light.


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Apr 30, 2021 19:04 |  #9647

jcothron wrote in post #19229960 (external link)
I’m going to check out the smooth reflections thing. I wouldn’t mind something that let me keep the exposure times more reasonable....particul​arly in bright light.

It is a Sony app for older Sony bodies.


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Apr 30, 2021 19:37 |  #9648

TRhoads wrote in post #19229979 (external link)
It is a Sony app for older Sony bodies.

Ahh okay. Thank you.


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Apr 30, 2021 21:16 |  #9649

Lake Brown, Western Australia.

This is one of many large salt lakes we have here and they only have water in them one or two times a year - in this case following a cyclone.

I was hoping to photograph the 'super' moon the previous night but a cloudy sky stopped that; however, I was rewarded with this sunrise.

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May 09, 2021 23:07 |  #9650

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May 10, 2021 23:02 |  #9651

Went down to Point Peron, Western Australia to scout out a few locations for a future morning / sunrise shoot.
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May 13, 2021 13:28 |  #9652

Hadn't realised there was a thread specifically for high density NDs :) These were all with a cheap ten stop ND on an X100F, my absolute favourite long exposure kit,but I may have also used the built in three stop to get the exposure into the minutes.

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I use a 16 stop as well, is that out of bounds for the thread or are any extreme densities welcome?

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May 16, 2021 17:07 |  #9653

Mill Pond in mid-day sun. Caddo Lake State Park.


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May 16, 2021 18:00 |  #9654

Boat house on Caddo Lake complete with turtles.


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May 26, 2021 19:57 |  #9655

An image from yesterday morning as the moon was setting just on sunrise.


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Jul 23, 2021 20:28 |  #9656

A couple of long exposures from the middle of the day as storm fronts roll through.

Point Peron, Western Australia.

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Jul 23, 2021 20:30 |  #9657

Two more from the same storm fronts.

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Aug 04, 2021 01:20 |  #9658

A classic from a well known location in the Faroe Islands - Múlafossur waterfall and the village of Gásadalur on Vágar. The muted glow of the sun spreading through low clouds was fantastic.

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Filter stack:
Lee 3 stop grad
Singh Ray 3 stop reverse grad
Haida 10 stop

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