Graduated density filters

Started Nov 17, 2012 | Discussions thread
John M Roberts Senior Member • Posts: 2,488
Re: Got it

slimandy wrote:

John M Roberts wrote:

If you are correcting your previous statement that you didn't mean to imply using grads on these particular images would be beneficial then I would agree. If you are still trying to say that these examples are a good advert to illustrate why PP is not necessarily the answer... I don't get it. In what way? If anything they would support the use of PP over GND's.

They look awful! Completely flat, totally unnatural. The PP has destroyed the image. I would not want to do this to a landscape image. How can destroying and image in PP ever support the use of PP?

Sorry. I didn't catch your opinion about the images in the first place.

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