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Sep 05, 2010 23:43 |  #3466

jacobsen1 wrote in post #10853209 (external link)
back side of hurricane earl:

Great shots!

Can you please tell me if you used a filter (possibly ND) for those shots? If I am correct, which filter?


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Sep 06, 2010 12:04 |  #3467

D_M wrote in post #10835523 (external link)
^^^love the comp & rosey colour of that shot! Though, what is that black bar in the upper right? A Pier?


Thanks DM - yes that is another pier.


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Sep 06, 2010 13:02 |  #3468

kobeson wrote in post #10857104 (external link)
Great shots!

Can you please tell me if you used a filter (possibly ND) for those shots? If I am correct, which filter?

I use hi-tech filters and either a 2 or 3 stop soft for all of those. Some of the last few ALSO had a 3 stop ND added in.


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Sep 06, 2010 15:53 |  #3469

CameraBuff wrote in post #10649737 (external link)
Thanks s2k; that shot was taken with a 10 stop b+w nd filter and a 3 stop cokin gnd filter. The exposure was 30 seconds at f16. I had to get rid of some vignetting due to using both filters and the cokin z pro holder (even with the adapter ring on the inside) and I also did a slight levels and curves adjustment just to brighten it up a little, than the usual noise reduction and a little final sharpening. I left the white balance as shot so no major change from the original raw image.

Hey CameraBuff, I'm thinking of getting the B+W 3-stop ND filter for my 10-22. Just by itself and no other filters, does this filter cause vignetting at 10mm? I have the B+W CP filter for this lens and even at 10mm, does not cause vignetting. Was wondering if it was also true for B+W's ND version.


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Sep 06, 2010 21:23 |  #3470

M.Mobin wrote in post #10809605 (external link)
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Masoud, that is an amazing photo.


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Sep 07, 2010 23:17 as a reply to  @ MikeFairbanks's post |  #3471

While I'm capturing a bunch of shots for my Project365, I thought I would post some of my favourites:

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Sep 07, 2010 23:18 as a reply to  @ joel_yyc's post |  #3472

A few more...

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Sep 07, 2010 23:30 |  #3473

jacobsen1 wrote in post #10859468 (external link)
I use hi-tech filters and either a 2 or 3 stop soft for all of those. Some of the last few ALSO had a 3 stop ND added in.

Sorry, what is a soft filter? And by high-tech, do you mean good quality?

Apoligies for my ignorance, am still learning :oops:


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A few more...

They are all fantastic, but I looove this one! The colours are fantastic!!:

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Sep 08, 2010 08:45 as a reply to  @ post 10855047 |  #3474

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Sep 08, 2010 14:06 as a reply to  @ Jamian's post |  #3475

Jamian - I sure do hope you have an annual pass :)


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Sep 08, 2010 17:18 |  #3476

kobeson wrote in post #10869337 (external link)
Sorry, what is a soft filter? And by high-tech, do you mean good quality?

Hi-tech is the name of a filter manufacturer. Neutral density graduated filters can have a hard or soft graduation from dark to light, which is what was meant by ND soft. If you just say "soft filter", most people will think of a "soft-focus" filter, which softens the image, making it look more dreamy. It used to be popular with portrait photographers.


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Sep 08, 2010 19:15 as a reply to  @ Madweasel's post |  #3477

kobeson wrote in post #10869337 (external link)
Sorry, what is a soft filter? And by high-tech, do you mean good quality?

Apoligies for my ignorance, am still learning :oops:

no worries, filters are VERY confusing at first, even if you know what you want.

Soft refers to the edge. Soft is blended/faded and has a longer transition from dark to clear. Hard has a very hard line that almost a straight line. Hards are good for very flat horizons, softs are good for everything else. If you go with ONE at first, a 3 stop soft is where I'd start, a 2 stop soft would be second, THEN hards.

Hi-tech is a brand. Lee is a more expensive "better" brand. Cokin is a less expensive "worse" brand. The quality comes down to the size and the color. You want "neutral" (gray) but they all have slight tints (like sunglasses aren't just perfectly gray). Lee's are 4x6, hi-techs 4x5, not sure on cokins. The cokin HOLDER is very cheap. The less holder is AMAZING.

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Sep 09, 2010 20:10 |  #3478

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