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Super nice series as always Christian.
Thanks Andy, I do come by from time to time. Check out these results taken handheld and combined in Photomatix. They recently updated the software with better support using the align feature.
envy ... :(
Andy here's a very long thread we had going on POTN: http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=224448
I've had good success with the affordable HiTech brand and in general most users...
The EF-S 10-22mm is a rocking good lens on the crop sensor. I like Golden's too. Heres mine with the Wide Angle.
Yea they aren't the best designed sites but their pricing and support makes up for it.
Both of these are excellent businesses to deal with. You have to put the item in your cart to see the reflected discount pricing.
I use my Hoya Pro1 Digital CPL with confidence at 10mm and haven't had an issue with banding.
Don't do it as the color this filter gives you can easily be achieved in post processing.
I know of two places that have the USA warrantied 77mm Hoya Digital Pro1 Circular Polarizer for $122 + free shipping.
Just type in Free Fonts on google
I highly doubt I'll ever get rid of mine.
voted ... ;)
I wouldn't trust the tape at all. Hopefully Canons next non pro body will be weather sealed like the new Pentax K10D.
Thanks _ I hardly use USM any longer as in CS2 - Smart Sharpen is way more accurate in my opinion.
Looking at your editing in several places on my monitor there are areas that are too bright.
Sharp detail and very well could be in a sports publication.
Thanks _ yea I got one taken with the 24-105 from high up but the haze was really bad.
Nice job Don _ you've gotten good on this kinda work.
Thanks Christian _ of course for the waterfalls the late Spring around May and first of June are the best months but if and when I go back it'll most likely be in late July, August or early...
Kinda amazing all this water is from the melting Spring snow in the high elevations in Yosemite National Park.
Canon EOS 30D Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM
1/3200s f/5.6 at 200.0mm iso320 - Hoya...
Super nice results Andy. I've been more than pleased with the wide open results I've gotten with all my lens.
I'm pretty sure thats B+W's top of the line filter so don't worry _ take pictures and enjoy.
Some people claim the Hoya's are hard to clean but I've yet to experience an issue cleaning mine. I use Eclipse cleaner and optical lint free tissue paper.
Performance wise I've yet to find anyone...
The best place to buy filters that I've have found is: www.2filter.com _ just add the item to you shopping cart to see the discounted pricing. Top notch customer service also, gotta problem with a...
Are you interested in the Neutral Density or Gradual Neutral Density type?
The the solid ND filter is only handy in the digital world for allowing slowing down the shutter speed in bright daytime...