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10-15-2019, 01:47 PM   #31
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Composite mode is very handy. It's basically a virtual ND. If you use the "Average" composite mode you won't have to compensate by lowering exposure. Just set it and boom! instant ND long exposure goodness.
As for the image, I'd just clean up the edges probably with a crop.

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Very nice!
10-26-2019, 12:03 PM   #33
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QuoteOriginally posted by Darrell Raw Quote
The waterfall at Virginia Waters, Surrey. Photo is an additive composite mode shot comprising (I think) 8 shots to simulate an ND filter's effect on the water. I'm not sure about the number of exposures because I was terminating the run when the image was exposed properly.
Very nice shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Darrell Raw Quote
The waterfall at Virginia Waters, Surrey. Photo is an additive composite mode shot comprising (I think) 8 shots to simulate an ND filter's effect on the water. I'm not sure about the number of exposures because I was terminating the run when the image was exposed properly.
I love the movement look of the water. I also really like the "rock hut" that is on the bottom third. Great use of blending images to get a desired effect. I have been playing with my ND filter shots and have really enjoyed them.

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I really like the picture. I think a slightly wider field of view would have given more perspective. Not sure without knowing what's around of course.
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