Need ND Filter Help!
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31-03-12, 06:53 PM
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: St. Petersburg. FL.
Originally Posted by
As the old song goes, "It Ain't Necessarily So."
Nice bright sunshine at ISO 100 will give you about 1/60 at f22. This is nothing like slow enough for the effect Clikin' Girl is looking for.
I never intended my comment to mean it would satisfy the effect she is trying to achieve. And I never meant she would not need a filter.
I was only saying she won't need an expensive 10-stop filter. A lesser one will do. My suggestion was only meant as a starting point. Auto ISO will work against her, and so will a maximum aperture.
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