ND and GND Filter


JinG14

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Hi fellows,
recently i just bought a nd110 filter... didnt really like the color it produce.
anyway i was wondering is there any possible ways to use a GND filter ( slot ) type and ND filter ( screw in ) type together.
did i need to DIY anything?
 

wilb87

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Buy the Cokin type mount and bracket for the slot type GND filter like you mentioned.

Included link for you: http://maxsaver.net/cokin.aspx

Can try Artworkfoto too.
 

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JinG14

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so i can use both my tianya gnd filter and my n+w filter once i buy the cokin type slot in holder?
 

wilb87

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If you have the tian ya holder, just screw the 110 filter to the lens, followed by your holder bracket mount. Then slot in your tian ya filter, you are able to use already.
 

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Hi fellows,
recently i just bought a nd110 filter... didnt really like the color it produce.
anyway i was wondering is there any possible ways to use a GND filter ( slot ) type and ND filter ( screw in ) type together.
did i need to DIY anything?
ND110 is not supposed to produce color, but because of the extreme nature of the filter, there is IR leakage and the color becomes warmer. Easily removable color cast if you shoot in RAW.

Of course you can stack GND + ND, I do that all the time. Do note that you will have vignetting if you use UWA at 10mm.

Just use the ND110, then screw in the ring. If you using UWA please note that you should use the UWA filter holder, and then slot in the GND filter.
 

JinG14

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thx edutilos. i was browsing your flicker before posting in thisforum.
wilb87: thanks . i got to buy a 77mm bracket mount. my tianya set is for 67mm. bbB
 

frozty

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Of course you can stack GND + ND, I do that all the time. Do note that you will have vignetting if you use UWA at 10mm.
The vignetting you meant was for the GND or ND?
 

Gengh

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If you have the tian ya holder, just screw the 110 filter to the lens, followed by your holder bracket mount. Then slot in your tian ya filter, you are able to use already.
Can be done, but the one time I did this with the B+W ND110 and Tianya GND, there was pretty serious colour cast over half the pic due to the Tianya having less IR leakage than the ND110. There's no quick way to fix this through WB changes, probably need some careful work in PS to get a colour-correct result, I didn't try. Or else can convert the pic to black and white and the colour cast won't be an issue.
 

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