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#1 leone
What happens when you load in LRT, a day / night sequence, performed with 1 or more ND filters. The procedure is the same.
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#2 gwegner
It's the same, as long as you left the nd filters on all the time. If you removed them while shooting (not recommended) , it's more complicated. Please use the search feature, we already covered this here.
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#3 leone
I am interested in the second case, I will try to search in the feature, if I do not understand I will ask for help, if there are discussions about it you can direct me.
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#4 gwegner
I've explained here why it's a bad idea to change ND filters while shooting: https://forum.lrtimelapse.com/Thread-nd-...8#pid30528
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#5 leone
I thank you for the explanation, https://forum.lrtimelapse.com/Thread-nd-...8#pid30528, tried to follow the two ways to evaluate which is the best solution in my case.
Thank you also for the availability

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