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26-09-11, 10:33 AM
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland
Having just picked up my new dSLR, I've been reading the DC mags article about sub £100 kit, to determine some starting equipment.
I'm interested in experimenting with long exposure photography, so was looking at the ND Filters, but I'm all confused as to what to go for.
Apparently the round filters are cheaper, but the squares are much more versatile. I currently only have a single lens (the kit lens), so the rounds sound good for now, but the squares sound better in the long run.
Also, I dont really know which ND to go for. Should I go for something very high as a starter? or something lower?
I'm intrigued by some of the shots I've seen in the past - Beach shots with milky water, traffic shots (you know the ones - with the light-streams), that kind of thing. Or even ones with motion blur from people moving around in the scene.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what to get to start with?
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