My First ND grad image

I thought I would just quickly share this before abandoning the PC and telephone conversations with HMRC to spend 4-5 hours in the Lossiemouth sun. This was taken last night with a .6 ND Grad filter . According to all the magazine articles it is a landscape photographers bread and butter requirement. It certainly kept the sky under check and reduced post processing time which must be good.  Anyway as I said sunshine here I come.
I thought I would just quickly share this before abandoning the PC and telephone conversations with HMRC to spend 4-5 hours in the Lossiemouth sun. This was taken last night about 22:00 with a .6 ND Grad filter . According to all the magazine articles it is a landscape photographers bread and butter requirement. It certainly kept the sky under check and reduced post processing time which must be good. Anyway as I said sunshine here I come – enjoy!
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29 thoughts on “My First ND grad image

  1. oooh, love this!! I just bought a set of nd filters and have yet to use them…now I’ll definitely dig them out! Love the reflection here!

    1. Just above the water in the dark seaweed – the reflection from the water was extremely strong which was over exposing to take a reading from closer.

    1. I invested in 3 of them 1/2/3 stops of grad – I also have been gifted a Lee big stopper for the milky sea shots – so watch this space will need to play quiet a bit with that I think.

    1. Cheers Adrian – I am now in a position to invest a little in kit but trying not to go mad on the premiss the camera does the graft – I do the composition ha ha

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