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Great Didi 2006-05-22 12:24

Hello Wojtek
No blue sky or grey clouds ? it's normal, because the difference of the lights on the foreground, the tree with the sky is very high; your camera was setted on the tree.
I think it's possible to make a blue sky; that's why I have done a WS.

Old 05-23-2006, 09:16 AM
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Hello Didi

Thank you for your critique. I think that I will finally buy polarization filter because problem with the sky is something that I face very often. Thank you for workshop as well. I thought about changing the sky but I decidet that if would be too big modification of the photo, for workshop I think it's ok.

Take care, Wojtek
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Old 05-23-2006, 09:52 AM
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Polarizer filter is effective on blue sky at 90° of the sun position; the best way is to buy two grad Cokin filters; one grey and one blue.
You take measure on the foreground then you memorise your parameters and then you put the filter without changing measure for compensation of the difference with the sky.
The other way is using my way on the WS
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