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So I have been toying with the idea of using filters for some time, I live by the beach and take a lot of landscape shots with my tripod and I also like the motion shots which smooth out the waves/ocean etc. Too often I am finding I have dark foregrounds or overexposed backgrounds, so I'm thinking of a getting a Graduated ND Filter?
Does anyone have recommendations for a Graduated ND Filter for the above lens?
Also, I can see a use for the Graduated ND Filter however does anyone just use an ND Filter? If so, in what situation would you use one?
I think I would go for the soft edge? Any idea how many stops to go down when I purchase one and also what's benefits or consequences to rectangular or round filters present?
Any suggestions would be much appreciated
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Here is a great article that may help you http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/grads.htm
Mike "The Squirrel"
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