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    Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 17-40mm f/4
    L at 19mm
    ISO 100, 25 Sec.
    , f/9
    Haida ND 1.8, Hitech GND 0.9 Hard


    3HR PSI:48



  2. #17
    Hi,
    I am intrigued by your technical details on the photos posted here. Especially the ND filter where it is stated eg. ND 3 stops but the ND filters that I had bought and tried to use is labelled as ND8, ND12, ND16. From googling I found ND8 is f stop reduction of 3. So when you refer to ND 3 stops, is it the same as the ND8? BTW the ND filter is "Hercules" a budget filter.

  3. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by chaozhouzi View Post
    Hi,
    I am intrigued by your technical details on the photos posted here. Especially the ND filter where it is stated eg. ND 3 stops but the ND filters that I had bought and tried to use is labelled as ND8, ND12, ND16. From googling I found ND8 is f stop reduction of 3. So when you refer to ND 3 stops, is it the same as the ND8? BTW the ND filter is "Hercules" a budget filter.
    Thank you for visiting my landscape gallery.

    In the market there are different way of label the ND filter, the most popular filter maker like Lee Filter, Formatt Hitech, Haida and etc, their ND file 0.3,0.6,0.9,1.2,1.8,3.0 which mean they are 1,2,3,4,6,&10 stops. But brand like Hercules, Tian-Ya and some OEM when they label ND2,4,8 which mean they are 1,2,3 stops, which they result little color cast but anything more than 3 f/stop color cast will surface and I found it difficult to pp the color cast away.

    If you use ND file, my advise is to shoot in RAW file, which later you have the tool to further pp back the correct white balance.

  4. #19
    Thank you for your quick reply. Will take note of your advice on using raw file if I use above Nd8.

  5. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by chaozhouzi View Post
    Thank you for your quick reply. Will take note of your advice on using raw file if I use above Nd8.

    You are welcome and enjoy your photo shooting.

  6. #21



    #13





    The Lonely Tree
    Upper Seletar Reservoir Park

    Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 17-40mm f/4 L at 19mm
    ISO 100, 1 Sec., f/9
    Hoya CPL, Hitech GND 0.9 Hard

    3HR PSI:42


    For some reasons I love this lonely tree at Upper Seletar Reservoir Park, and for same or others reasons many wedding professional photographer also love this location.

    The photo composition is very simple and straight forward. All the elements of photo composition are here, lonely tree as the foreground, the wooden benches help to improve the composition, with added people on the bench definite a plus. Beautiful sunset will be the main subject or background here, or to some people the lonely tree is the main subject..

    Great sunset and a awesome way to end a day.




  7. #22




    #14





    Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 17-40mm f/4 L at 19mm
    ISO 50, 6 Sec.
    , f/9
    CPL, Hitech GND 0.9 Hard


    Just took a few photo then the sky started to rain, immediate pack up my gear and left.



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    Biliran nature landscape


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