Filtered Sunset

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  1. woodsac

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    Playing with the grad nd filter. Hard to use for sunsets, but maybe I just need some practice? #1 is the only pic without it.

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    I think they're great, love the #1 the best.
     
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    numero uno :thumbsup:
    stunning shot! love it :D
    love the feel in the last one too.. intense colors you got there, love the purple in the fg.. some how reminds me of aprilraven :lol:
    thanks for sharing
     
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    really like the last shot woodsac! awesome.
     
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    1 and 2 for me. One for the gradated mountains and 2 for the clouds over the sun.
    The last two have a nice feel but are a bit too dark I think.
    Nice work nonetheless. :D
     
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    no 1 is very nice :thumbup: , i feel the main place for a ND filter is by water, where you can blur moving streams...no 1 is very nice, i feel the main place for a ND filter is by water, where you can blur moving streams...
     
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    Thanks!
    I agree, duncanp, that they are best suited for water. Just thought I'd give em a try here. I was using a grad nd here, I've got plans for a regular nd this summer for some daylight cloud, landscape shots.
     
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    #1 for me too, although i agree with jonk that the last two have a nice feel, just a little too dark...
     
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    wow! stunning pictures! I love sky and sunsets!
     

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