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  1. Robert Kaleta

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    I finally got my nd grad filter and i have to say i really love it. It's made my life so much easier. Thank you cokin!:D

    And here's some photographs from today. Critique,feedback and comments are welcome.

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    3.black and white of 2.
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  2. Overread

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    Now I want and nd filter too!
    Great moody shots (perfect device for the weather we are having at the moment)
    number 2 works very well - I would say much better in colour than in black and white
     
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    Wow, stunning pics! :thumbup:
     
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    Lovely set the second stands out for me very moody! :)
     
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    Is it just me, or is the top part of the image a bit dark? ;) which ND did you use? On 4 it looks perfect, on the other images it looks as if the effect was very strong.

    but i even like that exaggerated effect in #2 :)
     
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    Overread: Th ND grads are perfect when it comes to the British weather :D

    Dmitri, poppy67: thanks for the comments guys.

    Alex_B: I've used ND4 which is the only filter i have at the moment. I might have gone slightly overboard with the top part of the image but that was my first try and i'd had some problems with the position of the dark part of the filter. It was probably too low, darkening not only the sky but some ground as well.
    Do you have any advice on how to find the range of the filter(where the dark region starts) when i look through the viewfinder?
    Still that day was quite gloomy and dark so i'd wanted to capture that mood.
     

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