Cheap 10 stop filter

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I purchased a piece of welders glass a couple of year ago to use as a 10 stop ND filter. after not using it, I ran some sunset tests a few weeks ago and liked the results. Today I got a chance to go outside during the day. The filter has a green cast so I had been shooting in monochrome but today I was able to get a good white balance to show it in color.

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b+w 1
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color 2
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b+w 2
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This 1 did not look good in color so only b+w
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cheers
wembley
 
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Cracking shots. What were your settings and kit.
 
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Thanks Fred, Pmac and Rick.
Rick, the green in these images are the color of the water. The filter is a dark green so getting a decent white balance is tough, but I think these were pretty good.

Cheers
Wembley
 

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