Graduated density filters

Started Nov 17, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Graduated density filters
In reply to sharperest, Nov 27, 2012

It has to be the slide in type as the horizon is not going to be in the same place from picture to picture or the other parts of the scene that you want to reduce the light level. I take a 2-stop soft step grad and a 3-stop hard level grad with me all the time. These are a good starting point.  I use the P size but for wide angle the X size are easier to manage.

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