My Tiffen Graduated Neutral Density- Problem with my Olympus E1

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Larry Freytag, May 2, 2005.

  1. When I use this fairly expensive graduated neutral density filter to prevent
    overexposure
    of the sky for landscapes, sometimes the sky color gets messed up turns
    a little (or a lot) purple. I've tried lots of different things but can't
    make it work. Do you
    think it is an issue with the CCD? Can you think of a way to make it work,
    or have
    you tried the same combination yourself?

    Please see URL for example with and without the filter for comparison

    thanks


    Larry

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    Larry Freytag, May 2, 2005
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