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    Default Re: Need help... glare from lamppost lights

    Ahaaa... I see now... ND filters... Did a quick search on it and I'm quite amazed at the results. Don't mind me... I'm just a terrible noob at this. I much preferred product/closeup/abstract shots... things that basically don't need any particular filter for that matter.

    Starburst - comes from small apertures with long exposures. Noted.

    I was planning on capturing the light from the buildings and the roads in particular, so I wasn't hoping for, or at least, aiming for a Starburst effect... seems that I stumbled upon a hidden treasure or something

    Thanks for the heads up.

    Anyone can recommend me any other filters/steps to really saturate the sunrise colors? Or should CPL do the job as well?


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    Anyone can recommend me any other filters/steps to really saturate the sunrise colors? Or should CPL do the job as well?
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