camera, landscapes, photography, GND, graduated neutral density, filter, CPL, polarizing, technique
Review 2014: This article is about using GND Filters with small cameras. GND means "Graduated Neutral density".
I wrote this article for Singh-Ray filters earlier this year.
[h2]Don't blow the Highlights[/h2]
Ever wonder how to get those white clouds, blue lakes and darker foregrounds in the same landscape shot on a small sensor camera without using advanced high dynamic range (HDR) and digital blending techniques?
[photo]temple.jpg [caption]Mount Temple, Photographed with Panasonic GH1 + Singh-ray 2 stop filter and polarizer[/photo]
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