Any point using grad filters..?

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Any point using grad filters..?

With the ease of Lightroom and other software in darkening skies etc is there actually any point carrying around grad filters these days?

For those of you who have tried both techniques what are the benefits of filters? Do they produce a more realistic effect?

John

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