outmywindow wrote in post #16410805
Holy guacamole! These are all fantastic shots!
If you don't mind me asking, what filter(s) did you use for these shots? (ND, GND, etc) I'm having trouble with some vignetting on my recent landscape shots, Do you have to use a slim filter with the Tokina?
Thanks for the comments
I have really only used a Hoya PRO cpl (not a slim version), and I did get mild vignetting at 11mm, but it's easily corrected in photoshop using content aware or the clone tool. The first shot I used a B+W nd1000 10 stop grad filter to create movement in the sky, then separate exposures for the foreground. All shots were created with 2-3 separate exposed raw files, merged in CS6 using layer masks etc. I tried using GND's once but to be honest, I find carrying around extra gear annoying. All I go out with is one lens and my tripod. I find less complications the better, and more time I can focus on composing my image. I'm not a purists who HAS to get it right in the camera, I'm about the final result, and whatever tool makes it easier, I will use. Plus I love the post processing side of things, it's just fun seeing the image come together.
How bad are you images vignetting?