Filter Effects: Split-Neutral Density

Challenge #36 in the "Breaking Glass" series. Hosted by CharlesB58.
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Long before digital editors, photographers used filters to create special effects during capture. Before HDR and layer adjustments, photographers used Split Neutral Density filters to capture areas of wide dynamic range in the same image or to create the classic "Dramatic Sky" effect. This technique is still used by many landscape photographers. Enter images in which a Split Neutral Density filter was used. As in the film era, the effect works best if a solid image is used as a start.
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Sunset Cliff Boulevard - San Diego - CA
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Submitted: Sunday, 20th March, 2011 21:07 (GMT)
Taken: Sunday, 20th March, 2011
Focal length: 18 mm
Shutter speed: 299 sec
Aperture: F22
ISO: 200
Notes: 3 stop neutral density + 3 stop hard edge split neutral density
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