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ND filters explained – waterfall photography for beginners

Kirk treks to Lumsdale Falls in the Peak District to give you the ultimate beginners’ guide to ND filters, filter holders and polarisers, as well as all the tools you need to create your own long exposure shots and discover how to use ND filters. We talk settings, gear and get a bit techy about 10 stop ND filters, graduated NDs and remoter shutter releases. As well as the NDs explained, we talk through the best ND filters for the job, and also give you a guide to waterfall photography for beginners, with long exposure tips and tricks to look out for.

In the end you’ll have all the knowledge you need to start taking stunning long exposure photos of waterfalls, landscapes and even seascapes, as well as picking out the best ND filters for the job, and applying it to the right scenario.

Stick around to the end to see a classic ketchup fail……!!

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