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Sunrise at Reynisfjara, Iceland
Lens: Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm Camera: Leica SL ISO: 50 Shutter Speed: 1s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: The Madshutter, 06-07-2019, 09:58 AM

Sunrise at Reynisfjara Beach, in Iceland. Despite the crowds, if you know when and where to go you can still have the place all for yourself, which is really exciting Leica SL, Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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Gorgeous shot
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Nice shot. The scene is well composed.
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Lovely image.

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Gorgeous shot
Thank you very much indeed!

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Nice shot. The scene is well composed.
Thank you very much!

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Lovely image.
Thank you very much indeed!

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A beautiful scene!
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A beautiful scene!
Thank you Todd, glad you liked it

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Stunning. One of those images I'm glad I had a chance to see.

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Wow, Vieri - that is a morning eye opener. Beautiful job, as always.

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Stunning. One of those images I'm glad I had a chance to see.
Thank you very much indeed, glad you enjoyed it

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Wow, Vieri - that is a morning eye opener. Beautiful job, as always.

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Thank you very much Jer for your comment, much appreciated indeed!

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It would be nice to see some of your work WITHOUT the " Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters."
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Wonderful, wonderful photography. I enjoy these types of captures a great deal. Thanks so much for posting.

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It would be nice to see some of your work WITHOUT the " Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters."
The Firecrest are Formatt-Hitech top series of Grad ND, ND and polariser filters, and I never work without them. I find Grad ND, ND and polariser to be fundamental for landscape photography, and frankly I don't quite understand why would it be nice to see some work done without a polariser, a Grad ND or a ND - perhaps you can help us understand?

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Wonderful, wonderful photography. I enjoy these types of captures a great deal. Thanks so much for posting.

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Thank you very much indeed Tony, glad you enjoyed it!

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QuoteOriginally posted by The Madshutter Quote
The Firecrest are Formatt-Hitech top series of Grad ND, ND and polariser filters, and I never work without them. I find Grad ND, ND and polariser to be fundamental for landscape photography, and frankly I don't quite understand why would it be nice to see some work done without a polariser, a Grad ND or a ND - perhaps you can help us understand?



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I would simply like to see what these filters do. Nothing more.
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I would simply like to see what these filters do. Nothing more.
They do what a polariser does, what a Grad ND filter does, and what a ND filter does, except they do it in a completely colour-neutral way and with the most durable package thanks to having the coating sandwiched in-between two panes of thin glass, rather than applied on the exterior of the filter like everyone else. In the Ultra persuasion, they are also polished extremely flat using a 9-hour long cinematic process that makes them the sharpest filters on the market. In short, IMHO they do it better than the competition (Disclaimer: I am a Formatt-Hitech Featured Artist)

So, if you are already familiar with the use of filters for landscape photography, you already know what they do. If you are not, this page might be of help: Product Knowledge ? Formatt-Hitech

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