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Iceland Tour 2015 Travelogue Part 1 (Podcast 491)

Having just got back from my 2015 Iceland Tour, today we're going to kick off a four part series of travelogues to walk you through a total of 40 images selected from my 70 final images from the tour. The tour starts on Sept 21, which officially is a transfer day,...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
  • Charlie Furr
    Posted at 07:45h, 16 October Reply

    Hi Martin,

    Thanks for the great podcasts. I have a Sigma 14mm aspherical prime lens that has a gelatin filter holder on the rear, similar to your Canon 11-24. Since listening to this podcast I’ve been trying to find a supplier of the filter material you mentioned and show in the show notes without success. All I’ve been able to find have been Kodak Wratten filters and Lee polyester filters, none of which provide the optical density you describe in the show notes. Please provide a supplier of the Fujifilm product you used as I’d like to try some long exposures with the 14 mm.
    Cheers, keep up the the great work.
    P.S. any chance of an Australian Workshop/tour? C.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 09:30h, 16 October Reply

      Hi Charlie,

      Thanks for listening to the Podcast.

      I’ve never been able to find a store outside of Japan that actually carries the filter sheets that I use.

      Here is where I buy them from in Japan. I cut them to size myself, and put them in 35mm slide film sleeves and put them all into a 35mm slide hard case.


      It’s possible that I’ll set something up in Australia at some point. I’d like to, it’s really just a case of making the time to do it. I hope to meet you if/when we make that happen. 🙂


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