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Old 17th June 2019
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Re: How best to expose a sunset without a graduated filter?

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Originally Posted by snerkler View Post
I've been looking for a good reversed grad for a while but they all seem to be really expensive, do you have any recommendations?
Yes, unfortunately reverse grads are on the expensive side. However, as sunset / sunrise is the main use a strong ND3 is the only one I carry. I don't bother with ND1 and ND2 versions so that saves some expense.

I have a Singh Ray Daryl Benson nd3 reverse grad for my full-frame camera and a Lee Sev5n version for my Olympus camera. I have the Singh Ray simply because they invented them and where the only source at the time.
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