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26-09-11, 10:01 PM
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland
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I have a set of Cokin filters and as with most filters there is a slight colour cast easily corrected in the editing stage. For a starter kit they are quite good.
Anyway as I have said in another post, you don't need hardware filters anymore. Everything can be done with software for graduated filters anyway.
I read that in your other post, but surely that doesnt apply to long exposure shots. If you want to expose a scene for >1 second or so, in order to do a variety of effects (such as removing passers by in a scene as described in DCM, or "misting" water on a coastal shot), surely you cannot do this in post-production? By all accounts you absolutely require an ND filter to achieve this goal?
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