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Old 18th June 2019
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Re: How best to expose a sunset without a graduated filter?

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Originally Posted by IainMacD View Post
I have the Formatt-Hitech resin reverse grad that works well. If I had more use for it I would probably invest in the Firecrest version.
That's the obvious choice for me as I have the firecrest holder, however I have the 100x150mm system (as I use if for FF too) and a 3 stop reverse grad is 120, and that's just the resin version
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