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By jan
2 graduated cokin neutral density filters used. This produced the violet sky ? why.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: KBan, bpsmith, Hazard and 4 more

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KBan 17 512 4 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2005 11:12AM
I like it, it has depth, and the colours are appealing. Keith
bpsmith 18 44
1 Apr 2005 11:13AM
I like the idea of what you have got here but would love to see it given the Black & White effect with that sky dodged and burned to improve on what is already quite a dramatic sky.

Gets my vote already though.
Hazard 19 1.2k United Kingdom
1 Apr 2005 11:15AM
i like it
firzhugh 18 13 New Zealand
1 Apr 2005 11:19AM
nice image
rclewett 18 2
1 Apr 2005 11:24AM
I love it. Its calming and yet mysterious.

paulstefan 18 509 1 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2005 11:52AM
Those grads really held in the sky detail and balanced the exposure well. Lovely shot
cheers, Paul
1 Apr 2005 1:02PM
nice image
sillyconguru 18 4.4k
1 Apr 2005 1:41PM
Quite a few people have stated that Cokin ND-grads produce purple images (Cokin call them "grey-grads", I wonder if it should be "greyish-grads"?).

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