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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #40 on: May 19, 2010, 04:10:15 PM »
This thread pushed my will to delve into landscape photography more than ever! tips and tricks are very informative and inspiring.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #41 on: June 27, 2010, 04:41:55 PM »
wow. this thread is truly helpful.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #42 on: August 12, 2010, 12:13:46 AM »
Questions lang po:
on filters, What would you use on different locations? Ang di ko kasi maintindihan merong ND4 ND8 GND CPL and all those for landscapes, pero what would you choose on just a plain, colorful view? i believe on places with waters probably the best filter used would be the ND filter so i can get the nice effect on waters, Pero how about GND filters? San usually ginagamit ang CPL?
What Filter/s would you use on nightscapes? landscape without filters are good din ba?

Sensya na i really want to get answers from you, medjo litong lito ako sa mga sites na dinaanan ko, good thing i found this tread.
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #43 on: August 12, 2010, 02:02:50 AM »
A very inspiring thread. thanks for the knowledge and inspiration. :)
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #44 on: August 12, 2010, 08:53:03 AM »
we lab u mon corpuz

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Hope you dont mind Mon, I copy and pasted your manual sa forum ng 247 Customer Shutterbugs sa office ha. Alam mo naman lahat kami idol ka e hehehe.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #45 on: August 12, 2010, 03:56:03 PM »
great advice sir mon!!!thanks a million!! god bless..
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #46 on: August 12, 2010, 10:17:19 PM »
Questions lang po:
on filters, What would you use on different locations? Ang di ko kasi maintindihan merong ND4 ND8 GND CPL and all those for landscapes, pero what would you choose on just a plain, colorful view? i believe on places with waters probably the best filter used would be the ND filter so i can get the nice effect on waters, Pero how about GND filters? San usually ginagamit ang CPL?
What Filter/s would you use on nightscapes? landscape without filters are good din ba?

Sensya na i really want to get answers from you, medjo litong lito ako sa mga sites na dinaanan ko, good thing i found this tread.

Dude, hindi ako master dito... just trying to learn as well from them...

sa pagkaka intindi ko...

CPL - circular polarizer... reduces reflection on water and glass... makes green,greener... blue, bluer...

ND - un ung mga filter na dark color... pandagdag sa F stops... so pag mas dark, mas mabagal ang shutter... (not so sure kung may iba pa itong gamit)... unga iba gumagamit ng ganito para maging misty ung effect ng tubig...
 
GND - para mabalance ng exposure ng langit at lupa... hehehe... ung mga nakita kong GND filter, mga square type... dark sa taas, tapos gradiently nag c clear pa baba... ginagamit ito dahil usually blown out ung exposure sa langit pag ok ung land or water...

Not sure about sa nightscapes kung gagamitan pa ng filter... kasi ung nakita ko dati na nag shoot sa makati, tinatanggal ung mga filter nila... not sure though kung anung klaseng filter un...

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #47 on: August 12, 2010, 10:23:03 PM »
Dude, hindi ako master dito... just trying to learn as well from them...

sa pagkaka intindi ko...

CPL - circular polarizer... reduces reflection on water and glass... makes green,greener... blue, bluer...

ND - un ung mga filter na dark color... pandagdag sa F stops... so pag mas dark, mas mabagal ang shutter... (not so sure kung may iba pa itong gamit)... unga iba gumagamit ng ganito para maging misty ung effect ng tubig...
 
GND - para mabalance ng exposure ng langit at lupa... hehehe... ung mga nakita kong GND filter, mga square type... dark sa taas, tapos gradiently nag c clear pa baba... ginagamit ito dahil usually blown out ung exposure sa langit pag ok ung land or water...

Not sure about sa nightscapes kung gagamitan pa ng filter... kasi ung nakita ko dati na nag shoot sa makati, tinatanggal ung mga filter nila... not sure though kung anung klaseng filter un...


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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #48 on: August 12, 2010, 10:42:31 PM »
Questions lang po:
on filters, What would you use on different locations?

Depende sa lugar. Isipin mo ang lente ay gaya ng mata mo nakapag tumitingin ka sa araw o kahit anong maliwanag, ikaw ay napapapikit. Ibig sabihin nito, ganito rin ang naturamenteng gawi ng isang lente, gamit ang aperture ng nito, nagagawa nating kontrolin ang lakas ng tama ng ilaw na dadapo sa sensor ng ating kamera.

Ang di ko kasi maintindihan merong ND4 ND8 GND CPL and all those for landscapes, pero what would you choose on just a plain, colorful view?
i believe on places with waters probably the best filter used would be the ND filter so i can get the nice effect on waters, Pero how about GND filters? San usually ginagamit ang CPL?

Ipagpalagay natin na ang filters, ano mang uri nito ay kahalintulad ng isang antipara. Ginagamit natin ito upang mas maaninagan ang isang eksena sa mga pagkakataong hirap ang lente upang makita ang dapat nitong makita. Sapagkat ang ating kamera ay limitado lamang sa tagal ng segundo na kaya nitong ibuka ang kanyan shutter, gumagamit tayo ng filters para ang bagal ng shutter ay mapatagal upang lalo nitong makuha ang larawan o mahuli ang mga bagay na gumagalaw gaya ng tubig, hangin o mga ulap. Bagamat maari nating galawin ang ISO at aperture ng ating kamera, ito ay hindi advisable sa landscape sapagkat hangad natin ang malinis (digital noise) at mataas na depth of field o area of focus ng larawan.

Ang ND or Neutral Density Filters ay kahalintulad ng shades. May solid (ND) at gradual (Graduated ND) na klase ito at gaya ng isang shades, may kapal din at sukat ito; #1,2,4,6,8 etc. Sa hindi pareparehong pagkakataon, ginagamit ito upang maging balanse ang exposure sa takdang tagal ng shutter o exposure.

Ang CPL o Circular Polarizer naman ay parang ND filter din. Ang kaibahan nito, iniikot o pinipihit ito para ang tama ng ilaw ay lumihis o di kaya ay umiwas para ang nakikita ng lente mo ay tumingkad o tumagos sa mga bagay na mayroon reflection ang ilaw. Kalimitan itong gamitin pag asul ang langit, at maberde ang paligid o kaya ay nais tangalin ang haze ng reflection ng tubig o salamin.

What Filter/s would you use on nightscapes? landscape without filters are good din ba?

Hindi na kailangan ng filter sa nightscapes. Isipin mo na lang ito; nakashades ka sa gabi, mejo kakatawa ka noon. Sa mangilan-ngilang pagkakataon, maari kang gumamit nito kung ang isang parte ng iyung kinukuhaan ay sobrang liwanag at maaring makasira sa kabuoang exposure. Pero hanggat maaari, maingat na iwasan ang mga malalapit na ilaw para hindi mo na kailangan magshades.

Sensya na i really want to get answers from you, medjo litong lito ako sa mga sites na dinaanan ko, good thing i found this tread.

Wala pong anuman. Masaya po akong ibahagi ang aking munting nalalaman. Bow.

/m
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #49 on: August 13, 2010, 12:24:28 AM »
Thanks Sir Mon for sharing. Daming kong nalaman. Planning to buy a GND kaso ang daming colors to choose from. For a newbie sa landscape photography, ano po kaya ang kulay ng GND na dapat bilhin? Mukhang OT po ata ang tanong ko.  :)

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« Reply #50 on: August 13, 2010, 01:49:58 AM »
Thanks Sir Mon for sharing. Daming kong nalaman. Planning to buy a GND kaso ang daming colors to choose from. For a newbie sa landscape photography, ano po kaya ang kulay ng GND na dapat bilhin? Mukhang OT po ata ang tanong ko.  :)

Research in the net, siyempre yung walang color cast. Since filters are made of various materials from glass to chemicals, tendency is to have unwanted color casts sa photos, parang tint ng kotse.

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #51 on: August 13, 2010, 09:38:35 AM »
Depende sa lugar. Isipin mo ang lente ay gaya ng mata mo nakapag tumitingin ka sa araw o kahit anong maliwanag, ikaw ay napapapikit. Ibig sabihin nito, ganito rin ang naturamenteng gawi ng isang lente, gamit ang aperture ng nito, nagagawa nating kontrolin ang lakas ng tama ng ilaw na dadapo sa sensor ng ating kamera.

Ipagpalagay natin na ang filters, ano mang uri nito ay kahalintulad ng isang antipara. Ginagamit natin ito upang mas maaninagan ang isang eksena sa mga pagkakataong hirap ang lente upang makita ang dapat nitong makita. Sapagkat ang ating kamera ay limitado lamang sa tagal ng segundo na kaya nitong ibuka ang kanyan shutter, gumagamit tayo ng filters para ang bagal ng shutter ay mapatagal upang lalo nitong makuha ang larawan o mahuli ang mga bagay na gumagalaw gaya ng tubig, hangin o mga ulap. Bagamat maari nating galawin ang ISO at aperture ng ating kamera, ito ay hindi advisable sa landscape sapagkat hangad natin ang malinis (digital noise) at mataas na depth of field o area of focus ng larawan.

Ang ND or Neutral Density Filters ay kahalintulad ng shades. May solid (ND) at gradual (Graduated ND) na klase ito at gaya ng isang shades, may kapal din at sukat ito; #1,2,4,6,8 etc. Sa hindi pareparehong pagkakataon, ginagamit ito upang maging balanse ang exposure sa takdang tagal ng shutter o exposure.

Ang CPL o Circular Polarizer naman ay parang ND filter din. Ang kaibahan nito, iniikot o pinipihit ito para ang tama ng ilaw ay lumihis o di kaya ay umiwas para ang nakikita ng lente mo ay tumingkad o tumagos sa mga bagay na mayroon reflection ang ilaw. Kalimitan itong gamitin pag asul ang langit, at maberde ang paligid o kaya ay nais tangalin ang haze ng reflection ng tubig o salamin.

Hindi na kailangan ng filter sa nightscapes. Isipin mo na lang ito; nakashades ka sa gabi, mejo kakatawa ka noon. Sa mangilan-ngilang pagkakataon, maari kang gumamit nito kung ang isang parte ng iyung kinukuhaan ay sobrang liwanag at maaring makasira sa kabuoang exposure. Pero hanggat maaari, maingat na iwasan ang mga malalapit na ilaw para hindi mo na kailangan magshades.

Wala pong anuman. Masaya po akong ibahagi ang aking munting nalalaman. Bow.

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« Reply #52 on: August 13, 2010, 09:45:43 AM »
Research in the net, siyempre yung walang color cast. Since filters are made of various materials from glass to chemicals, tendency is to have unwanted color casts sa photos, parang tint ng kotse.

Pero Mon, para saming mahigpit sa pera (at stricto ang misis) okay na ba yung mga Phottix at LVSHI na brands?
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« Reply #53 on: August 13, 2010, 09:55:00 AM »
Pero Mon, para saming mahigpit sa pera (at stricto ang misis) okay na ba yung mga Phottix at LVSHI na brands?

Ayus din un lalo na yung galing kay Filter Exchange. Murang alternative.

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« Reply #54 on: August 13, 2010, 10:11:22 AM »
thanks sir.

props to lehboy ;)
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« Reply #55 on: August 13, 2010, 10:15:42 AM »
Galing po talaga sir. Thanks for explaining. Tagalog na tagalog. hehe.
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« Reply #56 on: August 13, 2010, 10:52:23 PM »
Salamat po, Ginoong Corpuz.  Harinawa ay magamit ko ang mga gintong aral na ipinamahagi mo tungkol sa paggamit ng mga filter.
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #57 on: August 15, 2010, 06:54:49 AM »
Another great find for gaining experience in photography! thanks for sharing!  ;)
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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #58 on: August 17, 2010, 12:27:23 AM »
thanks for the brief explanation Idol Mon... I'm just starting out landscapes, and I'm just using my nifty fifty. So far I'm enjoying it habang nagiipon for 10-22 and filters...

Naiisip ko lang mga Sirs... may mga nakikita kasi akong nag po post ng photos na 2 NDs ung ginagamit... may nakikita pa ba sila sa viewfinder nun? makaka focus pa ba ng lente?

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Re: Manual For Shooting Landscapes
« Reply #59 on: August 24, 2010, 03:28:19 PM »
this is very good advice. sana di ko makalimutan pag nasa field ako. thanks!

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