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0.1 = 1/3 stop reduction. so 1 stop = 0.3, 2 stops = 0.6, 3 stops = 0.9, etc.

So say i needed 1/8000 for a shot...
> 1/4000 = 1 stop less
> 1/2000 = 2 stops less
> 1/1000 = 3 stops less
> 1/500 = 4 stops less
> 1/250 = 5 stops less
> 1/125 = 6 stops less
> 1/60 = 7 stops less
> 1/30 = 8 stops less

That right?

Yes, that's right.
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So this is a 4 stop filter http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/808079-REG/Tiffen_77ND12_77mm_Neutral_Density_ND.html

And this is the most they have,well tiffen at least....7 stop: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/807647-REG/Tiffen_W77ND21_77mm_Solid_Neutral_Density.html

So grab both? So it really isn't hard to see though the lens like that and have the camera focus properly with a ND filter? lol

Yeah, I suppose that'd work just fine.

You'll have to prefocus the camera before putting the filter on. ND filters tend to screw the metering up.


Anyway, I'm off to bed. Night, everyone.
Edited by foothead - 1/29/12 at 12:18am
 
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Metering doesn't matter, I can just use the histogram and manual and adjust for the next pic as needed.

I'm starting to think about focusing issues now though. Like focusing, moving an inch or two when putting the filter on and the image gets soft. :/
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Yeah, thats why I use the fader.
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Yeah, thats why I use the fader.

This is getting so annoying! lol

Well...I got to sleep, I have to think this over...I may just grab the flashes only with the stands @ first.
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Just get the fader, its really quite good.

http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/viewprofile.php?Action=viewprofile&username=dudemanppl
This makes sense to you guys right? Decided I'm adding three MF Nikon lenses because its 175 for all three, can't pass that up.
Edited by dudemanppl - 1/29/12 at 1:21am
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I'd consider it to be more "usable" than "good." But then again, I'm a bit obsessive about image quality.



Finally got around to scanning those three rolls of ektar I shot in Colorado. A few of these photos are pretty interesting.

IMG_0003.jpg

IMG_0001.jpg

IMG_0006.jpg

IMG_0006_resize.jpg

IMG_0004_resize.jpg

IMG_0012.jpg

And my personal favorite:

IMG_0010_resize.jpg
 
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Any good pics?

Don't know yet. We develop the rolls on Wednesday. I doubt it though, as this was just an exercise for us to see the effects of aperture and shutter speed on exposure.
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If there's one thing I hate more than going to the mall, it's going to the mall while hungover. At least I found some cool Obey stuff on sale.

Oh also, I stopped at Ritz for lulz, and the location near me is no longer allowed to sell Canon. They are pricks.
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Any good pics?

Don't know yet. We develop the rolls on Wednesday. I doubt it though, as this was just an exercise for us to see the effects of aperture and shutter speed on exposure.

Ah, cool...you may get something good. rolleyes.gif
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If there's one thing I hate more than going to the mall, it's going to the mall while hungover. At least I found some cool Obey stuff on sale.

Oh also, I stopped at Ritz for lulz, and the location near me is no longer allowed to sell Canon. They are pricks.

i went to a place called Wolf Camera before and they were no longer allowed to sell canon either, what is up with that?
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Wolf and Ritz are one in the same, I believe. They are terrible retailers who stock nothing but overpriced Sony and Nikon bodies and glass, and a pretty mediocre line of bags and accessories-- even though they had Manfrotto stuff in there now, which was kinda surprising until I remembered Best Buy carries their line too.
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