Use of graduated neutral density filters on Canon 16-35 mm lens

posted on 24th of august, 2009

I want to buy a graduated neutral density filter to use on my Canon 16-35 mm f 2.8 lens for landscape and water scape shots. The Lee and Singh Ray ND filters was recommended to me, but it is so expensive that I am wondering if it is really worth it. I shall appreciate any help from you guys who are using ND filters on wide angle lenses.


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Comments (4)

Posted by Cmarshall717 on August 25, 2009
I have wanted to try those, too, but the price has held me off so far. NICE images in your port BTW! I love your Old Fisherman. So THAT's how you lost your cameras.
Posted by Jordanrusev on August 25, 2009
For graduated i use Cokin too . But you have to buy good glasses for it. What is that mean - resolution of the glass is most important. If you don't want to invest a lot money for it , just don't buy anything and use software for that purpose. I recommend Lightroom, graduated function is very good and is working in RAW.
Posted by EmeraldUmbrellaStudio on August 24, 2009
For my travel and personal shots I use a Cokin system and love the gradient option, they are not that expensive so you may want to look into the Cokin series as an option
Posted by Littledesire on August 24, 2009
I would recommend you Hoya ND filter (and all Hoya filters).
By the way, how did you post a blog without any photo on it? I knew there's something missing here :)

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