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Old 06-01-2013, 01:18 PM   #651
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not a high quality picture but made me laugh
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Old 06-01-2013, 01:39 PM   #652
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That's lovely Ed! Really nice.

One from last year, uploaded yesterday and on explore today!


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Old 06-01-2013, 01:46 PM   #653
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Great abstract image Brazo!

One from me ... my first Explore of the new year.


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thats a corker too Andy!

Not the first time we have shared space on explore! Big up the DW boys

Whats this reverse grad you talk of is it the one Michael (Windrunner) had with a small central nd area?
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thats a corker too Andy!

Not the first time we have shared space on explore! Big up the DW boys

Whats this reverse grad you talk of is it the one Michael (Windrunner) had with a small central nd area?
Cheers mate! I've no idea (nor know anyone who does) know how Explore works but its nice to be in there every now and again

Yea: http://www.wexphotographic.com/buy-h...ilter/p1533479

So goes top to bottom of the filter, say 1stop graduates to 2stops then to 0 - if that makes sense. Its good for use when theres a break in the cloud along the horizon at sunrises and sunsets.

You can acheive the same by using ND grads mixed together, some the right way and some upside down to get a central band darker. But, the reverse grad just makes things easier - just alot of money for only occashional use.
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Old 06-01-2013, 05:41 PM   #656
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I want to get a reverse grad but find that my hitech hards give a red tinge to my photos. The other manufacture that does reverse grads are Singh ray and they are £££
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Cracking shots lads.

Congrats on the explores too.

When I first opened my flickr account I had a few shots explored but not a sniff since.
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I want to get a reverse grad but find that my hitech hards give a red tinge to my photos. The other manufacture that does reverse grads are Singh ray and they are £££
I picked up a 2nd hand one with no name on it at a car boot sale (along with a shoe box full of other bits and bobs) for a couple of quid last year. It works well for sunrise shots etc. In the same box was a 72mm hoya CPL which retails at about £65 lol.
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Old 11-01-2013, 07:53 PM   #659
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