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"Reverse Center-Spot"...


Tacoma, US
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mcsharley Registered since 19th Feb 2008
Sat 09-May-09 06:46 PM

I posted this over on the “Filters” forum, but I doubt it gets as much traffic as here. And since I shoot with a D300 (as well as a 200, and I have a 100 kickin’ around here somewhere…), I figured maybe I could get away with re-posting here.

Does anyone manufacture a “reverse center-spot” graduated neutral-density filter? I’ve never actually heard of one, but I need something to dodge the moon on moonlit landscape shots. Would need to be rectangular, so the “spot” could be placed anywhere in the frame, as required. Would also need to be at least 5-stops, and/or have the ability to be “stacked”.

If no one makes one, is there a way to “do-it-yourself”? That would seem ideal, sine it would allow filters with “spots” of varying size.

Thanks in advance --Mark--

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