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by Russell McMahon

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comment What are the uses of Neutral Density (ND) filters?
This post here on se has a lot about uses of nd filters. photo.stackexchange.com/questions/15242/… An other use could be to use large appertures in broad daylight while using slow shutter speeds.
Feb
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answered Identify the rain cover
Feb
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comment Which software to assemble a time-lapse from images?
thank you for this new information. At the time I posted this there was no limit in the amount of stills you could use.
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awarded  Nice Question
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answered Which software to assemble a time-lapse from images?
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
20
comment What kind of effect can I hope to achieve by hand-holding a filter at an angle?
thank you for taking your time to answer my question, I appreciate that. I also learnt something new today.
Jun
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accepted What kind of effect can I hope to achieve by hand-holding a filter at an angle?
Jun
19
comment What kind of effect can I hope to achieve by hand-holding a filter at an angle?
thanks mattdm for the edits, I will try to be more specific the next time ; )
Jun
19
comment Metering strategies for time lapse
yes i do it manually. I have a small notebook i have a few exposure times that i write down so that it is faster to change especially when doing landscapes. Something that is difficult to do is the day to night transition as in the night you might need 4-6 seconds exposure. You have to take that into consideration when you start shooting in the day so that the day timelapse doesn't seem faster than the night timelapse. I use the Magic Lantern addon in combination with a canon 5d.
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awarded  Student
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asked What kind of effect can I hope to achieve by hand-holding a filter at an angle?
Jun
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comment Metering strategies for time lapse
@Szabolcs it always depends in what kind of timelapse you are interested in doing. If i would do a day to night transition i would set the day exposure so that shots are not over exposed, and gradually slow down the shutter speed the darker the environement is, so that i can capture everything. A good way to not have any flicker in a timelapse is to use shutter speeds below 1/60. I have found with higher shutter speeds their is more flicker afterwards though i am not sure why. Thanks for accepting the answer ; )
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answered Metering strategies for time lapse
Jun
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answered How can I set the Canon EOS 500D interval timer to take 10 photos with a 10 second interval?
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comment Is there any protection ring available for reversed lenses?
yes manual apperture ring ; )