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10-20-2011, 11:56 PM - 2 Likes   #1
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Post your Neutral Density filtered shots here!

As the title says, Post your Neutral Density filtered shots here!

And to get the ball rolling -












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An excellent varied set to start with. Bonny tones.

Some of mine - Probably posted a couple of these elsewhere but long exposure is my favourite thing :-)











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Thanks Mark
Awesome follow up shots mate!

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With all that water, I'd better dry things out with this shot from Death Valley, CA. This is shot with a graduated ND filter.



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Soon as I get my 10stop nd, I'll become a regular post whore here in this thread!!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by blackcloudbrew Quote
With all that water, I'd better dry things out with this shot from Death Valley, CA. This is shot with a graduated ND filter.

Nice! I'm thinking of visiting that place around christmas, any tips ?
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WOW, seriously nice images folks! I'll be following this thread, quietly since I have no ND filters.

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10-21-2011, 11:53 PM   #8
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Some nice shots here already. It would be nice if you posted what ND filter you used. I used a Tiffen 4 stop ND filter for these yesterday at Lake Michigan. The waves were supposed to be over 20 feet high yesterday. I didn't see the waves that big here, but I still got some stormy looking pictures. I'll have to come back here sometime to shoot a sunrise.







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Terrific images all. I've been a bit obsessed with my ND's lately

10-stop



10-stop



13-stop



10-stop



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That will do for now ...
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Here's a few of my 1st attempts..........hope you enjoy!!! All these were shot using a 3stop nd and CP together, giving a 5-6stop light loss. Lens was the tried and true Pentax-A 28mm f2.8
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excellent stuff here, i really need to get out with my 8 stop more

About time someone started a thread like this thanks simon
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Can't wait to get a 10-stop - they can be cliched, but can also make great shots.

nms_photog - hope you don't mind, but I felt 30 secs of PP really brought out the potential in your fine photos:



QuoteOriginally posted by nms_photog Quote
Here's a few of my 1st attempts..........hope you enjoy!!! All these were shot using a 3stop nd and CP together, giving a 5-6stop light loss. Lens was the tried and true Pentax-A 28mm f2.8
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Naw........I don't mind.........I know I lost a bit of contrast and saturation when stacking the 3stop ND with CP on those lake shots anyway, and I did the same myself as you did, after I had time to do it.
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Here's one I reworked a tad in Lightroom. Before and after PP is posted for reference.
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More ND shots from around town .... problem I'm having now is a backlog of ND photos to PP, it's too much fun to shoot them, but I don't have enough time to process them











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