How to Use a 10 Stop Neutral Density Filter for Long Exposure Photography




Learn to use a 10 stop ND filter for creative long exposure photography. Best practices, correcting color, getting the right exposure, and other tips.

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  1. hello, i just got my 10 stop filter and went out for the shoot, i try to capture the movement of clouds but ended up overexpose the sky every time and I did not plan to get a GND filter yet…so how I am gonna avoid this prob? Thanks!!!!

  2. Hi Josh, your videos are great. I have a Canon SX60HS, and I tried using shutter priority and adding 10 stops from 1/100, which produces 1/10 shutter speed on my camera, but you say that ten stops results in 10 seconds with your equipment. For me to achieve 10 second exposure, I need 30 stops to achieve 10 seconds from baseline 1/100. Why such different results?

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