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A Labor Day Shot

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Location: 22° 08' 22" N / 127° 51' 29" W
Sep 09, 2009 00:58 |  #16

BKGInc wrote in post #8608127 (external link)
Now that is an AWESOME shot!bw!

Thank you very much :D

kito109654 wrote in post #8608847 (external link)
Pardon my ignorance having never used a GND. Is it the filter that made the land mass on the left-side horizon flat grey? If so, is that another thing that bothers you about the filters or is it more the operation of them?

I am sure Randy answered your questions. I am struggling with the vignetting problem created by these filters. Not sure if this is because I lack the skills of using the filters.

Randy1213 wrote in post #8608918 (external link)
A GND is a graduated neutral density filter. It reduces the exposure gradually from darker to lighter in half of the filter. And Marcy didn't use one. On sunsets/sunsrises shot in landscape orientation (like these pics), it would not create a difference from the left to the right but from top to bottom. You line up the change in density along the horizon, typically. Hope that helps.

Thanks for the explanations.

brettski wrote in post #8609585 (external link)
Beautiful shot! this North Shore??

Thanks. Yes it is North Shore, somewhere near the Sunset Beach.

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