Graduated filters (PYSICAL, not in post processing)

Challenge #4 in the Use your eyes... after that: use your shutter series. Hosted by drmatiz.
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The picture has to be shot with a PHYSICAL graduated filter, so not a gradient added in PP Personally I tried it for the first time last week (and took the sample entry ;) ) and was completely blown away by the results. Immediately I bought a set for myself and it's fantastic. People seem to be under the impression that you could do this in post-processing but to keep the real colors of the sky this works a million times better. (And no, I don't have any stocks in the graduated filter market)
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Seven Bridges Sunrise
Big sur sunset
Last light
Sunset at Carter Road
sanDiegoPier
Valhalla Point
Red eye
Shells for Sand
Bands of Colour II
Sunday morning padling
Sunset seen from fortress hill
Arkansas River autumn sunset
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The Everyday Jetty
Barka 1
Decinsky Sneznik, Czech Republic
Setting Eclipse
American Falls
Poppies
Setting Sun
SUnrise
Kaas Ful
Sunset
22-SundeclJacuzzi-5676Low©
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Mather Sunrise
Deadhorse
Mt. Hood
Sun Set
beach
untitled-160
20-Sundeck-Aft-5686Low
Good Evening!!!
GGB and Grad ND filter
Almost There....
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Graduated Filter
IMGP0060
Mangles
Tree
Boston
Donner Lake
Rainbow Bridge near Truckee, Ca
IMG_1728
on the way
Typhoon
DSC_0254
Blue Sky Day
Smiling  Victor
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