Grand Canyon- Proper Sunset exposure with Graduated ND Filter

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Krusty79 Senior Member • Posts: 2,373
Re: Grand Canyon- Proper Sunset exposure with Graduated ND Filter

Although I am an anti-ND filter guy, I have heard of a tip to reduce glare coming in from the sides. Cut the end off an old sock and use that to block the light from the sides. You don't want to get home and discover the filters have produced glare on your shots that you didn't notice at the time.

One more suggestion. The GC has been shot 10 million times from the rim. I'd try walking down into the canyon a bit to look for a different composition.

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