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Dawn at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point, California. It was a beautiful morning. I used a 10 stop (black) ND filter to capture the movement of the waves reaching...
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Dawn at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point, California. It was a beautiful morning. I used a 10 stop (black) ND filter to capture the movement of the waves reaching shore. Yes, my tripod and feet are in the water. :-)
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iluv2shoot
 
iluv2shoot July 21, 2016
Such a beautiful capture Richard!
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RichardReames July 23, 2016
Many thanks Julianne !
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RDVPhotography July 29, 2016
When you use your 10 stop do k up a lot of blue in the image? I get that with my Lee Big Stopper and have to use warm White Balance setting to get rid of it and then have to do a lot of work to get the colors correct. What is your work flow on one of these?
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RichardReames July 30, 2016
I didn't notice, since I use auto WB in camera, and manually set WB in Lightroom. I set up the shot, either manual or Aperture exposure without the black ND filter on. Then I note the shutter speed selected by the camera for normal exposure. I use an iPhone app called ND Timer where I select 10 stops for ND and the shutter speed I noted. Next I switch the camera to bulb mode and put the black ND filter on. ND Timer has a stop watch built in that selects the proper exposure time based on the settings I selected for the power of the ND filter I'm using and the shutter speed for normal exposure. I press the start button on the iPhone app and the remote shutter release at the same time. When the iPhone app alarm goes off (timer) I release the remote shutter. In Lightroom, I import the RAW image, set the primary levels for exposure, highlights and shadows. Then touch up the rest, including WB. Hope this all makes sense. :-)
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karinmcfarlane October 25, 2016
Gorgeous capture!!!
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RichardReames October 25, 2016
Thank you very much!