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    I just bought a 6 stop ND filter. Did a 5 minute walk from home to give it a test.

    Tried various exposures. These two I believe are 8 seconds.
    Which of these do you prefer? My preference is the more zoomed in version.
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    Very nice asnow.

    Yep definitely # 1 for me. There is no discernable colour cast.
    I welcome all critique and comments on any of my photos

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    Thanks Runmonty, Marko.
    The filter I bought is a Hoya PROND - ND64

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    #1 for me as well, the glass office/business tower in the background and mirrored in the foreground pool just causes a disconnect for me.
    The first image draws me into through the use of the leading lines and the close proximity of the stone wall on the RHS of the image - makes me feel like I'm right there with you. Nicely done.
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