Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by matthewh133, Oct 8, 2013.
Got some SWEET light this night. Hope you enjoy
That Sun looks amazing! This place is definitly high priority on my places to visit list.
Looks great, use any filters?
A singh-ray reverse grad ND and blended in the brightest area from the sun from a darker exposure.
you did you did get some sweet light!
love the transition of colours in the sky
Thanks mate. It was pretty unreal. Nothing better than seeing a sky of cloud with a beautiful break JUST above the horizon
what's the diff between a reverse and normal grad filter?
Must.. quote.. this...
Anyway it works in reverse (grad starts in middle and lightens to the top).
I didnt even know there were reverse grad nd filters. Learn something new every day
Love them. They make perfect sense, when shooting the sunset you're generally shooting it closer to the horizon. I sold my normal grads, only have 1 reverse grade ND, a 1.2 standard ND and a big stopper.
That actually does make a lot of sense - though I suppose it'd be more specific for sunset/sunrise shots, right? I can't really imagine any other instances where you'd want it starting from the middle going outwards.
Love it! Great shot.
Correct, best for when the sun will be close to the horizon
Bloody sensational! I love it!
So. Not. Fair.