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Posted By: pcarfan, 10-23-2009, 02:27 PM

Used hitech GND (3 stops) on a coking filter and the FA*24/f2


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Very nice colours.
Serene place.
Good application of the GND filter.
Well done with this one - an impressive arrangement and composition.
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One word: perfect
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I like that! Excellent Color and very nice over-all. Compostion is excellent. Good job! Scenes like I would like to see and photograph.

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The colors form top to bottom blend in well with no one area over taking the other. Well done. JIM
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Not too dark, and the fall colors really pop. I like it.
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Very nice colours.
Serene place.
Good application of the GND filter.
Well done with this one - an impressive arrangement and composition.
Thank you very much.
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wow!, thanks.

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I like that! Excellent Color and very nice over-all. Compostion is excellent. Good job! Scenes like I would like to see and photograph.
I am glad you liked it. It is a very nice place, a park in the middle of a busy part of the town. I am glad someone decided to keep it this way, really an enjoyable place.
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The colors form top to bottom blend in well with no one area over taking the other. Well done. JIM
Thanks. This and the others I shared were taken on my first outing with the cokin system filters. I am happy with how the images turned out as well.
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Not too dark, and the fall colors really pop. I like it.
Thank you for the compliments and feedback.
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I have the pro series for the wide angle lenses. So far I am very happy with the filter set up. JIM
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I have the pro series for the wide angle lenses. So far I am very happy with the filter set up. JIM
I got the wideangle holder, which takes one filter and that can be used at 10mm with my sigma 10-20, except when the filter is at 45 degrees. I didn't want to go with larger due to the very expensive polarizer.
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I didn't want to go with larger due to the very expensive polarizer.
I agree though I will be ordering one!! I alsready spent $275.00 on one Singh ray filter. I like that you can stack up to three filters on the holder. Cheers JIM
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