Master The Grad ND

How to use a graduated neutral-density filter, one of the most essential filters for landscape photography
Text & Photography By Gary Hart

GNDfilters02aA typical graduated neutral-density filter (GND) scene is a landscape with a bright sky and dark foreground. While this extreme dynamic range is often addressable with blending and processing techniques, a GND can subdue dynamic range enough to give you more processing flexibility. A GND is also useful in scenes with motion that make blending difficult.

GNDfilters02bMaster The Grad ND
By Gary Hart
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