Cast away in Ice­land

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Re­cently I pur­chased two ND Kood fil­ters (ND4 and ND8) with the in­ten­tion of us­ing them on my trip to Ice­land (Oc­to­ber 2013). I ex­pe­ri­enced many new and in­ter­est­ing places. The plan was to cap­ture slow shut­ter speed im­ages of wa­ter­falls. While I did record some pleas­ing im­ages I was sur­prised at the level of blue cast caused by the fil­ters; I am in the process of at­tempt­ing to re­dress this via Pho­to­shop El­e­ments 11.

I plan to re­turn to Ice­land; this time I will use the in-cam­era White Bal­ance ad­just­ment and the pre-set via a grey card! Dun­can Stew­ard, Frome, UK We find some fil­ters do cause a colour cast, Dun­can, but it should be a one-click job to cor­rect in Pho­to­shop.

Wa­ter­falls, vol­canic rocks, seascapes, lakes, dra­matic sun­sets… Ice­land re­ally is a pho­tog­ra­pher’s par­adise!

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