Classic Twelve Apostles

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  1. matthewh133

    matthewh133 New Member

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    Got some SWEET light this night. Hope you enjoy :)

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    That Sun looks amazing! This place is definitly high priority on my places to visit list. :thumbup:
     
  3. tzortst

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    Looks great, use any filters?
     
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    A singh-ray reverse grad ND and blended in the brightest area from the sun from a darker exposure.
     
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    awesome shot!
     
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    you did you did get some sweet light!
     
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    love the transition of colours in the sky :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks mate. It was pretty unreal. Nothing better than seeing a sky of cloud with a beautiful break JUST above the horizon :thumbup:
     
  9. tzortst

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    what's the diff between a reverse and normal grad filter?
     
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    I didnt even know there were reverse grad nd filters. Learn something new every day :wired:
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Love it! Great shot. :thumbup:
     
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    Beautiful!
     
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    Correct, best for when the sun will be close to the horizon :cool:
     
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    Bloody sensational! I love it!
     
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    Holy shit.

    :thumbup:
     
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    So. Not. Fair.
     

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