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Neutral Density & Color Graduated Filters

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp) on November 6, 2012

Keywords: flash, studio, lighting, filters, guides, tips, tricks

Neutral Density Graduated Filters

Quite often the correct exposure for a background in a scene is not the best one for the foreground or viceversa. The most common problem is that the bright sky is reproduced perfectly while the landscape is underexposed; in fact pitch black most of the times.

Neutral Density Graduated filters
1, 2 & 3 f-stops graduated neutral density filters

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