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Rainbows


Tooth 14 5.8k 227 Ireland
14 Jan 2007 12:56AM
Yes a grad on the sky if it's bright enough to warrant that, though often with rainbows, especially the most dramatic ones, they're actually set against a very dark section of sky.

Yes a polariser if you have enough light to happily lose 2 stops,

but remember rainbows are ephemeral, sometimes extremely so. They can be gone by the time you've got your polariser fixed, sometimes you just have to grab them..

so, how about take a couple of quick shots, then put on the polariser, and if it's still there fire away. If it's gone, at least you have some shots..

Stephen

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andytvcams 16 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2007 10:08AM
I just use a grad.
Krakman 12 3.6k Scotland
14 Jan 2007 12:09PM
I use a pair of binoculars, a GPS to triangulate coordinates, and a big shovel.

It works for me!
lalafumble 12 4
19 Jan 2007 2:37PM

Quote:You have to be very careful with your framing so that you get Bungle in without chopping off his head.

Lol, Gordon Bennett!

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