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Forum: Photographic Technique 01-22-2008, 06:56 PM  
Neutral density Filters vs. exposure compensation
Posted By Canada_Rockies
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The most useful ND filters are the graduated ones that allow you to expose with less difference in brightness between the sky and land, or whatever bright part and dark part.

Other ND filters are used to allow you to get silky water in a waterfall rather than drops of water by allowing a much longer shutter speed.

For this second version, I use a Polarizer which gives me two stops cut in light, more or less.
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