Durdle Door, Dorset.

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Just before sunset yesterday at Durdle Door. Taken with D700 and 16-35VR.

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Thanks all. Looking at it this morning it's just too blue. Here's a corrected version which I prefer:

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Thanks everyone :smile:

Dave, 270 secs, f/16, Lee Big Stopper and B&W Polariser :biggrin:

That's my kind of guy - if you're going to use filters, go big!

Beautiful shot - I find it difficult to get the colour accurate when using my 10 stop (B&W circular version). Do you just adjust to represent your memory of the view, or take an unfiltered shot first for comparison (which is kind of a necessity with a screw in 10 stop rather than a rectangular)?
 
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Phil,

I have the same B+W 10 stop filter and find that the slight colour difference is easily cured by using the "Set Gray Point" dropper in NX2.

Using a "white" pixel which is not burned out in any of the three channels or any tone that is supposed to be neutral results in a natural looking image.

Using "with and without" images regularly can also result in a "constant" which can be applied manually in the Set Gray Point graph.

DG
 
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