I use a B+W to smooth water by using long exposures. like all 10 stop ND filters, it will produce a colour cast and this is clearly explained on B+W web site, but provided you shoot in RAW its nothing that cannot be aliviated in post production, although don't expect to get colour quite as good, as if you had not used it the first place. A lot of people like Graphic natured, tend to turn the results into Black and white
10 stops filter photography(30 posts) (14 voices)
ON Flicker you will find a group dedicated to the ND110
I use the Hoya 400x filter (not quite 10 stops but its up there) which was the only multicoated ND filter I found when I got mine, and it works as intended. There is a slight color cast as with many other filters, which I find reasonable for the amount of attenuation I'm getting- just playing with the color balance is usually enough to get what I want, which I often do even in normal conditions.
I've still been pleased with the workable results I get with the B+W in color. The effect on water is very nice.Posted 5 years ago #
B+W ND110 is amazing. I have used it on many landscape shots and it never stops amazing me. If you get a 10 stop you have to try it on a waterfall. The way the water looks is just surreal(sp). Like some have said there is going to be a color cast but its never been something I could not correct on post. Hope this helps.
~CheersPosted 5 years ago #
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