ND filters are a key part of the avid landscape photographer’s working process. They enable us to control our exposures, allow us to increase the time the shutter is open, and help us achieve a desired creative look. Most commonly they are used on scenes with water, like a waterfall or a river, to create that smooth and silky look we photographers love so much.
Over the years the demand for darker ND filters to create longer exposures has grown, as people try to find more ways to be creative with their photography. The 10-stop ND filter has always been the first filter to turn to when creating very long exposures, and when I say long exposures I’m talking 30 seconds or more.
I use my 10-stop filter on a daily basis, but I do find it struggles to create those long…
This is only a snippet of a Time Lapse Photography Article written by Kirk Norbury
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