Spot the ND8 filter

    Newer Older Coolpix filters finally arrived.

    After an idea by Elitsa!

    Nomad Saleh, meeralee, Snoose11, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Nomad Saleh 87 months ago | reply

      amazing shot!! :)

    2. Jukkie 87 months ago | reply

      Good shot!

      These filters give you good photo's without even using them! Nice.

    3. Ken Eisner 87 months ago | reply

      Your army stands at attention! Very clever and also oddly calm.


    4. boadiceafairy [deleted] 87 months ago | reply

      very creative idea!

      The World Through My Eyes

    5. --Tico-- 87 months ago | reply


      I didn't expect so many comments, much appreciated all!

    6. tanager55 87 months ago | reply

      You've got orange !!
      Come join us and post this great photograph at the Orange Commune

    7. Joits 87 months ago | reply

      where did you buy them and did they come in a set? nice set up btw...

    8. Wendy Wood Photography 87 months ago | reply

      Thank you for joining the commune, this is a fantastic shot!

    9. --Tico-- 87 months ago | reply

      Hi Joits...

      I'm in the UK and I bought them from Microglobe for £39.00, they come as a set of 4 indeed.

      Though it took them almost 2 months to deliver I was glad as two other companies said they had sold out in Europe.

    10. davefitch 87 months ago | reply

      I've got a set of them somewhere... never did use them... well, did use the polariser!
      Seen in The World Through My Eyes

    11. Nana* <salala817> 87 months ago | reply

      Cool shot!
      I can see how much each filter blocks light!

    12. iam.jiere 35 months ago | reply

      Hey Tibo,

      I have been using GF1 and tried with Hoya ND8. All turned out to be WHITE. Best I can do is still way too bright. I set my f/16 (best the GF1 can do?) and compensated light to lowest (-3). Only 2 secs of exposure made it off white. It was around 7pm in the evening. The picture is below and I used Aperture to adjust everything already. How can I make the picture darker and nicely perform like yours? :) Please advise.

    13. Ava Jae 20 months ago | reply

      Nice shot! Thanks for making it available under a Creative Commons license--I used it in my blog post and linked back to you. :)

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