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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    to reduce the overexpose, a 2 stop is good enuff?
    i dun get you on the hard-ness part. haha

    attached is the overexpose pic.
    which i was like... aiyo. correct until also problem. haha


    ya you bring out a good point on the building with bright sky. sian. cause yester went to shot the kite, many sky are over expose. dun now how to correct.
    wah lau... cannot be spoonfeeding you la....

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    btw... how do you intend to use GND filter for portraits???
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    btw... how do you intend to use GND filter for portraits???
    isn't tt going to be weird? i mean the outcome?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    btw... how do you intend to use GND filter for portraits???
    haha i dun mean to use it as portraits shot. but use that as example of one of those over expose sky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    isn't tt going to be weird? i mean the outcome?
    Yeah... Like Masked Rider!.... But it is possible though... provided your angle is wide enough and your subject (gf/wife/friend/kid) is far away from you. More like a vacation portrait than real portraiture... It will be some blue into the otherwise, dull white-yish sky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    dude all ND filters are stained la... colored glass.
    Haha! Okay okay, that practically irons out whatever doubts or curiousities I have about ND filters. Arigato!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    The multicoating is meant to reduce flare, and for some scratch-resistance.
    Got it... some probably uses Nano-coating as well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Yeah... Like Masked Rider!.... But it is possible though... provided your angle is wide enough and your subject (gf/wife/friend/kid) is far away from you. More like a vacation portrait than real portraiture... It will be some blue into the otherwise, dull white-yish sky.
    hmm.. ya..

    anyway that is sth interesting.. I think I shall go experiment it to see if its really practically to do it even though as much as i still find it very very weird to use it for portrait.. =/
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    hmm.. ya..

    anyway that is sth interesting.. I think I shall go experiment it to see if its really practically to do it even though as much as i still find it very very weird to use it for portrait.. =/
    Urm... use soft edge one okay? Not hard edge GND... or else that would look REALLY weird like you've suggested.
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    I rather use ND than GND to do potraits, but i the the help of a flash to brighten my subject..
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    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    I rather use ND than GND to do potraits, but i the the help of a flash to brighten my subject..
    Really? That's new, what's the purpose of doing that? Care to share?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Urm... use soft edge one okay? Not hard edge GND... or else that would look REALLY weird like you've suggested.
    lolx.. i shall try tt out ones i get another flash. I realized one is not enough to do a nice lighting..

    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    I rather use ND than GND to do potraits, but i the the help of a flash to brighten my subject..
    hmmm.. duno.. but its worth trying after all, we are using DSLR. unlimited shots.. Never try and experiment we will nv noe if its really possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    I rather use ND than GND to do potraits, but i the the help of a flash to brighten my subject..
    i think portrait ya ND shld be ok rite?
    "better" then GND, else face half black half white

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    i think portrait ya ND shld be ok rite?
    "better" then GND, else face half black half white
    hmmm.. I think there shld be a way to do it nicely.. its juz a matter of how..
    Since lightings at the top will be decreased. There is a need to make sure you know how to control the lightings..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    wah lau... cannot be spoonfeeding you la....

    try to be self-sufficient....!
    http://www.great-landscape-photograp...d-filters.html
    noted on the hard-ness part.
    i think soft will be good/better, dun want a clear cut line

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    hmmm.. I think there shld be a way to do it nicely.. its juz a matter of how..
    Since lightings at the top will be decreased. There is a need to make sure you know how to control the lightings..
    haha ya. but i still nt good in portrait. will slowly learn on it. now on landscape still

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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    i think portrait ya ND shld be ok rite?
    "better" then GND, else face half black half white
    Like the mask of Zoro! Or Green lantern!

    But really, I'm curious what can you do with ND for portraits... I would think polariser would be more useful instead?
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    Today I feel like dropping by Canon Showroom to molest the 60D... Hopefully they bothered to clean up the nose grease on the screens... *yuck*

    Part of updating my knowledge of latest DSLRers we have around us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quizesilver View Post
    haha ya. but i still nt good in portrait. will slowly learn on it. now on landscape still
    lolx.. I juz started as my gf keep pestering me to take nice photo at nite. Especially places like MBS all these. I realized its a pain in my butt cause I only haf one flash bang and its hard to control unless I got 2. sian to the max. I still need a few hundred more test shots to try out and see the outcome.

    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Today I feel like dropping by Canon Showroom to molest the 60D... Hopefully they bothered to clean up the nose grease on the screens... *yuck*

    Part of updating my knowledge of latest DSLRers we have around us.
    lolx.. Vivocity has it.. You near the place ma.. I am those few who always go there shoot until the battery flat =/
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    lolx.. I juz started as my gf keep pestering me to take nice photo at nite. Especially places like MBS all these. I realized its a pain in my butt cause I only haf one flash bang and its hard to control unless I got 2. sian to the max. I still need a few hundred more test shots to try out and see the outcome.



    lolx.. Vivocity has it.. You near the place ma.. I am those few who always go there shoot until the battery flat =/
    Lol! You need a macro setup for two flashes already...

    Wah, that means you visit the showroom often too? Shoot until battery flat... MAN... you do keep them busy don't you?

    I don't always drop by even though I visit Vivo almost 3 to 4 times a week (for business related activities). But once in a while I get chiu jior and feel like getting to know the Canon system a bit more... To know the pros and cons when compared against the Nikon systems...
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