Graduated ND filters for bright skies

Ed. note: This was published in 2013 when the DSLR craze was in full force and sensors with excellent dynamic range weren’t as common as they are now.¬† If you’ve ever shot a video with a bright sky in the top of your shot and dark foliage below, you’ve undoubtedly experienced the problems of exposing an image for such a situation – and it usually winds up with your clouds blown out to bright white in order not to underexpose the rest. Since it is difficult – and often impossible…

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