I wanted to test the ND filters, just got a new Hoya 10-stop filter and decided to immediately go for a hard test: double stacking. Added the 10 stop and 3 stop filters together and went from there…
In 30 seconds there is a lot of movement, most is unseen, however if people are on the same spot long enough, you get a glimpse of them.
As I was near the Pannenkoekenschip, a restaurant serving pancakes, I did a shot there too
(Short exposure – ISO800 1/200sec f/2.2)
(Long exposure – ISO200 3sec f/16)
It’s another shot the sky yesterday, but the first one I felt was a bit dark. The lower right corner is a bit too bright, but overal I’m quite happy with this version.
After getting some 3X neutral density (ND) filters for my Fujifilm lenses, I got an extra heavy duty 10x stopper for my 14mm and that works fantastic, however 14mm can easily be to wide. The 18mm or 35mm share their filter thread size so I got myself an extra 10x ND filter and tested that tonight at a quick walk around the canal. It was nearly windstill, so no milky creamy watersheds, but still some fine results I think.
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