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09-01-10, 02:29 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Peak District
Originally Posted by
Lee Filters are superb, but as Matt says they are quite expensive.
Yup, but worth it by all accounts over other brands
Personally, I don't use filters, other than CP and a protective UV, instead going for a blend of at least two shots - a bit like HDR but without the banishment of shadows, instead using the light.
Often attach the CP to reduce the shutter by a couple of stops if I'm going for 'silky, milky' look (but the waterfall has to have the right components for that treatment) - usually not rotating the CP to remove reflections (as I usually want to keep them!)
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