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Great bmckenzie 2004-05-01 4:22

That's a great pic Dan. Could you tell us more about "2ND". A neutral density filter I assume. I've heard of these being used before, for example, to increase exposure time when shooting running water, as I gather without it the scene is readily over-exposed. Do you normal use such a filter when shooting in good weather? How does it differ in function from a skylight/ polarizer? Is it something we all should add to our kit. Do tell ;-)

Old 05-03-2004, 11:19 AM
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It's Chinese kanji writing. (Yangshuo is in southern China). I was more worried about the perpendicular. The right of the image is slightly tilted, but it was too late to crop & rotate 0.4 degree.

Bonjourno! scrittura Cinese di kanji di. (Yangshuo in Cina del sud). Di pi sono stato preoccupato per la perpendicolare. La destra dell'immagine inclinata un po', ma era troppo ritardata per potare & ruotare 0.4 gradi.
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