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Ripples – heath ofee dot com

If any of you have used the B+W 10-stop ND filter, you’ll know that it’s actually not quite neutral in colour – it tends to have a bit of a warm cast. Most times I try to eliminate this cast in post-processing, but for some images – like the one below – it just works. The added warmth from the filter helped emphasize the tones in the sand and made those sunset colours really pop. So, when using a filter that may create a bit of a colour cast, make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons and not just because you ‘think you should’ – you may find yourself happy with the uncorrected frame.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L
B+W 77mm 10-stop ND Filter

28 thoughts on “Ripples

  1. I like the warm tones in a sunset! I love the B+W 10 stop filter, though I want to get a Lee Big Stopper and give it a try as well.

  2. Wow this is an amazing shot – Very glad to have stumbled across it on Jason Hines’ friday photo spot post! I really want to get me an ND filter seems like a nice cool addition to have for taking some really cool long exposure shots!

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