Author Topic: How to: Graduated filters  (Read 6568 times)

Offline shepgti

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Re: How to: Graduated filters
« Reply #20 on: 26 January 2013, 12:22 »
i get mine from these guys http://www.morrisphoto.co.uk/ as their only down the road from me.

Sorry dude bit off Topic but thats Saunton sands beach in N.Devon aint it???

Guess you mean my signature, your close but no cigar, its woolacombe beach round the corner ;)

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Re: How to: Graduated filters
« Reply #21 on: 26 January 2013, 12:25 »
i get mine from these guys http://www.morrisphoto.co.uk/ as their only down the road from me.

Sorry dude bit off Topic but thats Saunton sands beach in N.Devon aint it???

Guess you mean my signature, your close but no cigar, its woolacombe beach round the corner ;)

Damm it.......was going to go for woolacombe i live just round the corner  :smiley: Great surf!!!  :smiley: very nice picture mate!!!

Offline Dr Mike Oxgreen

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Re: How to: Graduated filters
« Reply #22 on: 07 October 2017, 08:36 »
With apologies for the thread necrophilia, but graduated filters bring back memories of car magazines of the 1980's, when you couldn't buy a copy of Car without it being stuffed full of pictures of cars usually parked in front of a rocky outcrop in the Brecon Beacons under grey, moody, depressingly overcast skies.

I'm involved with a company which supplies car-related content to magazines, and these days I rarely see any shots taken with graduated filters.  Which is a shame in some ways.

I've got a set of Cokin filters stashed away somewhere...