actually i am using a CPL that day...
ya..i manage to catch abit with CPL..so graduated ND filter is better?
Check this out.
There are many other websites you can look up.
rysouke, I'm sure your picture will turn out a lot better if you go on a sunny day. You happen to pick a cloudy day.
Graduated ND filters works best when the horizon is flat. I don't think Xiao Guilin is the ideal place to use them.
erm..that day the sun is very bright and hot and then suddenly turn windy and cloudy and I notice almost all of photo are very bright especially the sky ...i think i should try to exposure for the sky..as what kaixiang mention...
I took these two pictures on a sunny day with my Sony H50 at about the same time. No PP or filter.
Last edited by Diavonex; 18th April 2010 at 10:10 PM.
A CLP filter is useless in this instant because the sun is coming from the back; polarization is almost non-existent.
can i know what time you take that picture?? which part of the photo did u expose?
Last edited by rysouke; 18th April 2010 at 10:28 PM.
which part do u expose?