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    Default Re: long exposure layer blending

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    hello boy boy, pls pass to me ...

    we met at the wayang , remember? hehe
    jialat. why are ppl calling me boiboi now

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    jialat. why are ppl calling me boiboi now
    cos u told me that's your nick ma.. haha.. ah boy -> boy boy lor... anyway can only call u for a few more years.. treasure it lah... haha

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    tks.. wanna save $ on nd grad.. hahaha...
    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    but to be honest, not that much of an outlay is required for nd grad -

    of course, it depends on your own personal evaluation - whether you are willing to spend the time to slowly layer blend everything - it is not easy...
    just to check, how does the use of ND remove the need for blending?

    If you're talking about GND.. then it makes sense.. But for ND, it will not help in High Dynamic range scenes or left right mountain (histogram) scenes right?
    Last edited by Limsgp; 26th August 2010 at 04:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    just to check, how does the use of ND remove the need for blending?

    If you're talking about GND.. then it makes sense.. But for ND, it will not help in High Dynamic range scenes or left right mountain (histogram) scenes right?


    we never claim that using nd will do away with the need for blending...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    just to check, how does the use of ND remove the need for blending?

    If you're talking about GND.. then it makes sense.. But for ND, it will not help in High Dynamic range scenes or left right mountain (histogram) scenes right?
    ? he said nd grad. which is gnd lar

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    cos u told me that's your nick ma.. haha.. ah boy -> boy boy lor... anyway can only call u for a few more years.. treasure it lah... haha
    only for aunties to call lar. a bit weird if old guys starts going boiboi. shivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfoto100 View Post
    we never claim that using nd will do away with the need for blending...
    You asked whether it's possible to do layer blending, and then commented that you wanna save on ND..

    Isn't it implying to ask whether blending can substitute the use of ND, and this implies that the use of ND can potentially means reduced PP work, including layer blending?

    Also, NM's reply mentioned about compromise between amount of PP work (blending) and cost of ND.

    So it kinda imply that the 2 ( ND and blending ) could be substitute for one another, so I just wanna clarify how is it possible..

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    only for aunties to call lar. a bit weird if old guys starts going boiboi. shivers.
    wa your one stone 2 birds beri powerful!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart View Post
    ? he said nd grad. which is gnd lar
    oh.. ok.. never used those so not familiar with the terms..

    In that case, its clear then.. I retract the question.. not sure why tends to associate nd grad with ND Grade filter....
    Last edited by Limsgp; 26th August 2010 at 04:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    You asked whether it's possible to do layer blending, and then commented that you wanna save on ND..

    Isn't it implying to ask whether blending can substitute the use of ND, and this implies that the use of ND can potentially means reduced PP work, including layer blending?

    Also, NM's reply mentioned about compromise between amount of PP work (blending) and cost of ND.

    So it kinda imply that the 2 ( ND and blending ) could be substitute for one another, so I just wanna clarify how is it possible..
    i say wan to save on nd grad... nd grad = gnd...
    Last edited by sfoto100; 26th August 2010 at 04:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfoto100 View Post
    i say wan to save on nd grad... nd grad = gnd...
    ok.. ALH clarified.. old man saw nd grad like nd grade.. so mis-communication..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limsgp View Post
    just to check, how does the use of ND remove the need for blending?

    If you're talking about GND.. then it makes sense.. But for ND, it will not help in High Dynamic range scenes or left right mountain (histogram) scenes right?
    i said nd grad.

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