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Using ND Filters Out In The Landscape

Photographer Toma Bonciu is back, sharing more landscape photography tips in a quick 3-minute video.

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Photographer Toma Bonciu, who's a pretty popular Youtuber thanks to his photography-themed video tutorials, is back with another video and this time, he's using ND filters out in the field. The technique he covers can also be applied to daytime long exposures so you get two tips for the price of one.

To follow the tutorial you'll need your camera, tripod, remote control, ND filters (6 or 10 stops) and a filter holder (depending on what filter system you use). The instructions are written at the bottom of the screen which you can read while Toma is seen wandering around an autumn-themed scene, preparing to capture his images. 

Toma shares some of the lovely images he's captured using this technique towards the end of the video along with a recap of how/what you need to do to capture similar results.

Enjoy the video and do share your landscapes with us in the ePHOTOzine gallery

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SA234 5
22 Nov 2017 10:16AM
Hello. Can you please advise me of the app used to calculate exposure timings? Thank-you

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