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honez



Registered: August 2008
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Just trying out my new ND Fader filter on running water with long exposures
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Kev

Registered: February 2008
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Mon February 15, 2010 1:43pm

This is my FAV...as the overall lighting-balance is nicer than the other two pics. I think you have got the milky-water effect just right and I like the composition angle. Good shot.


When you say ND fader filter - I assume you mean a ND gradient filter?
honez

Registered: August 2008
Posts: 708
Mon February 15, 2010 4:28pm

Cheers Kev. It's not a ND grad, just a straight ND, that can be adjusted in strength from 2-8 stops. Have a squizz here http://www.lightcraftworkshop.com
This outing was the first time I used it in the wild. My main reason for getting it is to be able to take long exposures of cars at shows without people getting in the way. But landscapes with water in them seem like a good idea too.

 
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