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PolarPro ND16 filter on a sunny day

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by wheeliesteve, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. wheeliesteve

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    I added music to this video but didn't do any color editing. How does it look with the ND16 filter?

     
  2. alokbhargava

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    Good attempt. I will go for ND 32 for this amount of shine. I feel you went for low sharpness.
     
  3. wheeliesteve

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    Okay, I will try the 32 out next time I have a chance and it's sunny.
     
  4. wheeliesteve

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    Here's one in a different direction with the ND 16 where I actually went 2 miles out.

     
  5. alokbhargava

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    By selecting the right filter, your aim is to get ISO 100, Shutter 60 and EV as 0. What were your readings?
     
  6. wheeliesteve

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    I believe i have it set to ISO 100 or 200, don't remember, have to check. The shutter was set to 50 and I think the EV was 0 or close to it.