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MDaniels80
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« on: January 30, 2008, 06:19:59 PM »
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Hi,  
New to the forum so just want to start out by saying hello.  Hope to learn a lot and meet some great people on this site.
Anyways,  I am beginning to use graduated neutral density filters (I have a2soft and 3 hard) and just wanted to show some photos using these for c&c.  I find that I use the 3 more ofter in sunrise and sets, usually about 1/2 hr before either, and find that I really like the results.  I've also used the 2 stop but I admit, it find it harder to see when it begins.. but after sometime and use it is getting easier.  Anyway, here are some photos, unfortunately it seems I can only post links.
Advice is greatly appreciated:

Beaver Tail Lighthouse (3stopfilter):

http://www.michaeldanielson.com/p189882159...81311#170398481

http://www.michaeldanielson.com/p189882159...81311#211713111

http://www.michaeldanielson.com/p189882159...81311#165950170

Montauk Lighthouse (3stop):

http://www.michaeldanielson.com/p261879440...DB72A5#47936165
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« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2008, 11:21:32 PM »
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Hi Michael, and welcome to the list!  Thanks for sharing your work.  If you're looking for comments, you might want to post in the 'User Critiques' forum...

Mike.
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