photophilth wrote in post #15973720
Thank you dude!
I don't own an ND yet, I was using a circular polarizer though, so I have a stop and some chnage or so of reduction. Shooting at ISO 50 was helpful too, even though ISO 100 would have worked just as well at a slighty higher f/stop. I just wanted to try 50.
I'm looking at picking up a .9 ND filter from B+W which is 3 stops of light reduction. I can't really say more than that since I haven't used an ND extensively yet. Hopefully I can stack my ND and polarizer and not loose too much noticeable IQ or have any weird light issues associated with stacking filters.
I took this photo as the sun dipped behind the mountain ridge over in the left side of the frame and that light lasted for 10 minutes or so and then was gone.
exif for this photos is 2 seconds f/10 ISO 50 @ 20mm
Thank you for your time to reply! That's great that you could achive that! I real thought that is was brighter than that.
Thanks for the info!
If there is anyone who tried or has and use ND filters, what do you suggest tu use? ND8 ND16 ND 32 or above?
Its hard to pick without actualy seeing what it does, from table sheets on the net I can't figure out which fits the most.
I have found adjustable ones, from 4-400 for example. Are they wort buying? Any comments are appreciated!