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Sep 11, 2010 05:22 as a reply to  @ post 10883007 |  #3481

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Sep 12, 2010 06:56 as a reply to  @ post 10751765 |  #3482

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Sep 12, 2010 14:35 |  #3483

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Sep 12, 2010 18:18 as a reply to  @ Ace83's post |  #3484

klp wrote in post #10768195 (external link)
This is such a beautiful shot... love it!

Thanks :)

Just perfect! Great angle and b&w.

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Sep 12, 2010 21:50 |  #3485

Madweasel wrote in post #10873899 (external link)
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.

jacobsen1 wrote in post #10874507 (external link)
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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https://photography-on-the.net …hp?p=10709671&p​ostcount=4

Thanks so much to both of you, lots of information there.
Cheers :)


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Sep 12, 2010 23:00 |  #3486

I'll be picking this lens up for $625 with hood and filter from a friend as soon as I can get my 100 2.8 Macro sold :D Great shots in here everybody, can't wait to contribute some of my own :)


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Sep 13, 2010 01:17 |  #3487

M.Mobin wrote in post #10893675 (external link)
QUOTED IMAGE


Canon EOS 7D Focal Length: 10 mm Aperture: f/3.5 Exposure: 20 sec×370 ISO Speed: 1250

WOW!


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Sep 13, 2010 08:29 |  #3488

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Sep 13, 2010 12:06 |  #3489

M.Mobin wrote in post #10893675 (external link)
QUOTED IMAGE


Canon EOS 7D Focal Length: 10 mm Aperture: f/3.5 Exposure: 20 sec×370 ISO Speed: 1250

woody4364 wrote in post #10898187 (external link)
WOW!

Ditto!

At the far right, it looks like the star trails are curving the opposite way. I wonder if that's a northern/southern hemisphere thing?


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Sep 13, 2010 12:50 |  #3490

D_M wrote in post #10900259 (external link)
Ditto!

At the far right, it looks like the star trails are curving the opposite way. I wonder if that's a northern/southern hemisphere thing?

Given that the OP is in Canada, i doubt it is a south/north thing. I was thinking that it had mote to do with lens/barrel distortion. I will be waiting to find out. Either way it is a epic image!


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Sep 14, 2010 05:07 as a reply to  @ apixelintime's post |  #3491

Went up to Shanksville, PA over the 9/11 anniversary weekend and took my XTi along, here's some shots I took while at the memorial with the 10-22 attached...

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Sep 14, 2010 08:20 |  #3492

Thanks Rhilton4u for sharing this. We OWE all those lost that day to always remember and never forget!


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Sep 14, 2010 08:32 |  #3493

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Sep 14, 2010 12:08 |  #3494

D_M wrote in post #10900259 (external link)
Ditto!

At the far right, it looks like the star trails are curving the opposite way. I wonder if that's a northern/southern hemisphere thing?

Yes it is, and it's so obvious in this image because of the very wide angle of the view. Stars on the celestial equator (which would be overhead if viewed from the equator) leave a straight trail. Stars south of that line will appear to curve around the south celestial pole (below the horizon from the shooting position), rather than the north celestial pole (just off the top left corner). The angle the straight trails make with the vertical give the latitude of the observer.


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Sep 16, 2010 18:06 as a reply to  @ Madweasel's post |  #3495

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