ND Filter for Double X 7222?
Posted 18 April 2012 - 08:11 AM
Posted 18 April 2012 - 03:57 PM
Depending on the color of the houses and what you want to emphasize you may want use color filters as well.
Today, as an example my meter @250 is showing T22.. Do you have a meter? That would be the easiest answer...what stop do you want for the film you have.
Id normally start with 2 stops and a Polarizer for the setup ..but I'd have the other ND's there depending on the story.
Posted 18 April 2012 - 06:00 PM
If I'm shooting .... sunny day, and I am using Kodak Double X 7222, do I need a neutral density filter?
Anything much faster than about ISO 25 in bright sunlight will be easier if you have a ND filter available.
24FPS is effectively a /50th to 1/60th Shutter speed. The famous sunny 16 rule would mean ISO 50 film would require f/16 at 1/50th in bright sun. ISO 250 is more than 2 stops faster. so as has been stated you would have to crank it down to f/22 or even f/32.
Some ND would allow a larger appature in order to control your Depth of Field.
If the world was perfect Kodak would still sell XT Pan. which at ISO 25 was perfect for bright days.
Posted 18 April 2012 - 07:18 PM