I’m getting back into my landscape photography hobby, very casually. I bought a point and shoot and small tripod and I'm working on a project where I just shoot stuff casually. I used to shoot 4x5 with 50-100 ISO film. I rate my camera at 64 ISO, so that won’t be a change. I like shooting right before or after sunset, but also during the day, and I think my camera won't expose more than 30 seconds, but I like maybe two to ten seconds, maybe longer at times. I used to get this all the time at f32 or whatever, now that I shoot at f6.3 usually I think... so that would be a four stop filter just to get to normal. So maybe I want a four stop filter and a ten stop filter? Also... I stop down to f5.6-f8 most of the time now and focus stack... because I can't tilt or shift anymore. It's obvious that long exposures of moving objects (water, branches, etc.) won't stack great, but can it be done at all? Maybe I should go back to 4x5 but it's so much work!