Shooting into the sun

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by zhound, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. zhound

    zhound TPF Noob!

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    My friend gave me a singhray gold and blue filter to play with for a few days. This thing is pretty amazing. Couple of my fav shots from last night.

    Loving the 17-40mm EF.

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  2. leeroix

    leeroix No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    nice tones.
     
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    is it a circular filter or it fits the lee holder?
     
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    How much did you process these photos? There seems to be a significant amount of banding. Any chance you edited in something other than sRGB and didn't properly comvert them?
     
  5. zhound

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    Its circular ring mount.

    Singh-Ray Filters: Gold-N-Blue PolarizerThe tones change as you turn the filter. If you don't get it right you'll get banding. I haven't done much post processing to remove it yet. Just some horizon straightening.
     
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    Love that 2nd picture. Well captured.
     

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