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    Default Wooden Bridge Morning View


    Shutter speed: 0.8 sec
    Aperture: 8.0
    Exposure mode: Av
    Flash: Off
    ISO: 100
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    wau...

    how to make the effect like the sun drop like line? i tried but never success ler....

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    Mega, was a ND filter or polarizer used?

    Kindly enlighten.
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    Thanks to chenwei



    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    Mega, was a ND filter or polarizer used?

    Kindly enlighten.
    A polariser is used .... ND filter does not help for such shot ...
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    Originally posted by megaweb
    Thanks to chenwei




    A polariser is used .... ND filter does not help for such shot ...
    the slow shutter speed may be a factor too ?

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    Originally posted by megaweb

    A polariser is used .... ND filter does not help for such shot ...
    Thank you.
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    Hi everybody,

    Sorry to ask such a newbie question but what exactly is an 'ND' filter and what does it do?

    Also, I've seen some night shots of skylines and noticed that the reflection on the ocean seems like there are no waves or even ripples. The surface is almost like a mirror and all the lights from the skyline refected are straight lines....wonder how they do it (or rather, what filter they use.....)

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    Originally posted by oceanxp

    the slow shutter speed may be a factor too ?
    no .. of course not


    Originally posted by funksoulava
    Hi everybody,

    Sorry to ask such a newbie question but what exactly is an 'ND' filter and what does it do?

    Also, I've seen some night shots of skylines and noticed that the reflection on the ocean seems like there are no waves or even ripples. The surface is almost like a mirror and all the lights from the skyline refected are straight lines....wonder how they do it (or rather, what filter they use.....)
    Please refer to my JBP Waterfall thread for ND filter discussion
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    mega, for a moment i thought your subject header read "Wood Bridge morning view"...

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    Originally posted by Larry
    mega, for a moment i thought your subject header read "Wood Bridge morning view"...

    LOL.... Larry..sigh.....

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    Originally posted by megaweb

    A polariser is used .... ND filter does not help for such shot ...
    u mean a polariser is used for this and not ND with long expose time??? mm... must give it a try next time...

    thanks for the tip mega!

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    Very nice. Always wanted to take a shot of the sun rays like that.

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    Originally posted by funksoulava
    Hi everybody,

    Sorry to ask such a newbie question but what exactly is an 'ND' filter and what does it do?

    Also, I've seen some night shots of skylines and noticed that the reflection on the ocean seems like there are no waves or even ripples. The surface is almost like a mirror and all the lights from the skyline refected are straight lines....wonder how they do it (or rather, what filter they use.....)
    In very layman terms, the ND is sunglasses for your camera.

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    Originally posted by Acieed


    In very layman terms, the ND is sunglasses for your camera.
    Hi Acieed~~~~ (reminds me of some 80's techno songs~~~)

    Thanks for the reply, which finally made me understand what ND filters are.

    How about those night shots I asked about? Do you know how to create those effects?

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    Originally posted by Larry
    mega, for a moment i thought your subject header read "Wood Bridge morning view"...
    Same here! that's what I thought I saw too

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    Originally posted by funksoulava


    Hi Acieed~~~~ (reminds me of some 80's techno songs~~~)
    heheh.. Kraftwerk?

    How about those night shots I asked about? Do you know how to create those effects?
    I don't think any filter was used in those shots. You'd probably have to wait for good light, not too dark, maybe 7pm+, and experiment with the various exposure settings (long exposures preferred).

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    Originally posted by Larry
    mega, for a moment i thought your subject header read "Wood Bridge morning view"...
    Originally posted by lavenderlilz


    Same here! that's what I thought I saw too
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    Originally posted by oceanxp


    the slow shutter speed may be a factor too ?
    errr... pardon me, shutter spd at 0.8s is consider slow or fast? becos this link that was posted

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...threadid=16547

    mentioned that the photographer uses 10s and someone said

    "i like the way the plants framed the shot. sBut a pity the slow shutter speed ... i know its for the water.. but perhaps wind made the top left leaves move. (blur)"

    so which is which??? i suppose 0.8s is consider fast and 10s is consider slow in normal terms rite?

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    0.8s is slow. but 10s is slower.
    1/2s is also slow but faster.

    i would say fast is something like 1/125s.

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    Originally posted by Acieed
    0.8s is slow. but 10s is slower.
    1/2s is also slow but faster.

    i would say fast is something like 1/125s.
    ah ok... i got what u mean liao... 0.8s to him is slow.. so he said slow.. ok... roger..

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