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Old Aug 24, 2010, 3:22 PM   #1
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Darwin Wigget is an amazing photographer that lives very close and have enjoyed coffee with this vibrant individual. Have a read of his article and watch the short video clip from him speaking on using the graduating filters for your landscape scenes.

http://singhray.blogspot.com/search/...rwin%20Wiggett

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Old Aug 24, 2010, 3:35 PM   #2
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Thanks spy!
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Thanks for sharing this!
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i wonder why he recommends a hard-edge filter? i prefer the soft-edge, as it lets the light transition more smoothly and naturally between the sky and foreground... still, some useful tips. thanks!
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I'm verytempted to picking up a Lee Filter foundation kit Been wanting to for a long time but just never thought I'd use it much in the city. Horizon's never leveled in the Big Apple. I could use it with a Big Stopper
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Nice video. I still have my Cokin filter holder of 20+ years. Time to go digging for it. Maybe get a step ring. I may even already have a grad filter. Thanks, spy.
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