Spot the ND8 filter

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    ...my Coolpix filters finally arrived.

    After an idea by Elitsa!
    www.flickr.com/photos/elitsa/362450572/

    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.

      TWTME

    4. boadiceafairy [deleted] 87 months ago | reply

      very creative idea!

      The World Through My Eyes

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

      Thanks!!

      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.
      www.microglobe.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?pName=nikon...

      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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