In this photo taking video I decided to do some longer exposure photos with the standard EF-M 15-45mm kit lens, a lower strength 3-stop ND filter, tripod, and the Canon EOS M5 camera. Conditions were windy and sprinkling most of the time, but toward the end it started to rain. I talk about composition and how I select subjects. I also go over what I’m looking for and doing for this type of photography. Another casual style of photo outing that I love doing! If you really want to lower your shutter speeds, consider a stronger filter, though at some point with ND filters, I don’t expect the live preview on the camera to work properly.
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I was using a Sunpack filter, but couldn’t find one online, Hoya makes a similar one, but higher quality with a coating:
Hoya 49mm ND (NDX8) 0.9 Filter (3-Stop)
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