Porthaw Beach

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    Taken using a welding glass as a 14 stop filter and custom white balance set before taking the shot

    Shannon Hall, ansik, and 26 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. tyllionaire 54 months ago | reply

      Just Wow...love those milky water shots!

    2. Greg Easton Photography [deleted] 53 months ago | reply

      You're a genius. I'm going out this week to get a welding glass.

    3. Sir Strong Bad 53 months ago | reply

      That is such a cool idea, I rather think I'm going to steal... er... make use of it! cool shot!

    4. NW-X 53 months ago | reply

      Great idea -- love the innovation and the result. Gotta get me a little welding glass now. There's that waterfall down the road that I'm eager to try this on.

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    5. Yo Spiff 53 months ago | reply

      Saw this on DIY photo. Great idea and great results. Thanks for sharing the tip.

    6. t3kniksegmentet 53 months ago | reply

      Great idea and nice photo!

    7. £$þ 53 months ago | reply

      Very creative usage to get the effect of a ND filter! Though not optically superior, definitely solves the purpose here :)

    8. Scott Sanders [ssanders79] 53 months ago | reply

      Very nice. Where is the best place to pick up some welding glass?

    9. Kevin Longwill 53 months ago | reply

      ^ I got mine on ebay for €2!
      Explored

    10. 5echo 53 months ago | reply

      Brilliant!

    11. goose82 53 months ago | reply

      hmmm.. nicely done, now i just need to find a wielding glass.
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    12. Irishrover_63 53 months ago | reply

      Super smooth, have an imaginery award for ingenuity.

    13. Vividplus 51 months ago | reply

      Which welding glass did you use? I used a 11 grade welprotext (made in germany) glass to shoot the solar eclipse but it was a disaster and finally had to switch to xray films. The welding glass just spoils the shot.

    14. Kevin Longwill 51 months ago | reply

      ^ It was a grade 10, bought from a eBay seller called darkmullen or similar. Works for me!

    15. Veenessar 49 months ago | reply

      reeeally good idea!

    16. JCGARCIA2010 (busy, busy, bzzzzzzz) 43 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot. May i know what's the custom white balance you used in this shot? I'm gonna try this welding glass filter. Happy shooting always.

    17. Blake Perdue 40 months ago | reply

      I got my welding glass off of Amazon. It gives it a strong green tint. I tried custom WB to no avail. The glass was super cheap (~$10) so it was worth it. But, just FYI, some welding glass is better than others in terms of tint.

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