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Old 01-04-2013, 12:33 PM   #1
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Pretty cool video on long exposure

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Old 01-04-2013, 02:18 PM   #2
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that Joel Tjintjelaar fellow's work is amazing.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tjintjelaar/


NEW YORK CITY ESB 316 (video update) by Joel Tjintjelaar, on Flickr
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Old 01-04-2013, 03:25 PM   #3
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Holy tits those are some great shots
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Old 01-04-2013, 04:51 PM   #4
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Wow lots of tilt shift lenses. I've always wanted to get a filter so I can do long exposures in daytime. Obviously never pulled the trigger though.
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They are cool, I've owned the lee big stopper..twice..I just never have the patience to go out and do super long exposures..
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Are there some good ND filters that are more affordable than Lee?
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:11 PM   #7
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What equipment is out there to set your shutter for a long period?
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Lee big stopper...and hitech makes a cheaper 10 stop alternative.
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Apparently that guy just isn't using a 10 stop filter... the filter that he is using is an Infra Red filter.

Basically you would need to order
1. Lee Filter Holder
2. Adapter ring for your lens
3. Filter itself. (Hitech IR 10 stop looks cool)

Am I wrong here?
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What is the benefit of doing long exposure when you don't have clouds or water? I wish I knew how he was getting the look that he is.
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Apparently that guy just isn't using a 10 stop filter... the filter that he is using is an Infra Red filter.

Basically you would need to order
1. Lee Filter Holder
2. Adapter ring for your lens
3. Filter itself. (Hitech IR 10 stop looks cool)

Am I wrong here?
That explains the dark skies! I was trying to figure out how he pulled that off, and why the water in all his images is unusually brighter than the sky.


Dead-End by Joel Tjintjelaar, on Flickr


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Ferrari 275 GTB by Joel Tjintjelaar, on Flickr
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Well, looks like I need an IR filter and a big stopper then.
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Actually it might not be a true IR filter... I think the big stopper and the 10 stop IRND from Hitech is the same thing. If someone watches that video and wants to break it down into plain english I would be appreciative. He kind of lost me around 10 minutes.

http://www.bwvision.com/2012/bw-post...orials-part-1/
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Here is another tutorial. Not sure if I am comfortable enough with CS6 to follow these.


http://www.bwvision.com/2012/post-pr...*8211;-part-1/
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What part are you confused about? The masking? It isn't as involved as I would have imagined and I'll definitely be trying it next time I get out to shoot.
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