Getting it Right In-Camera Using GND Filters

How many times have you shot a photo with your camera just to find out that either the sky is over-exposed or those gorgeous flowers in front of you appear as little more than deep shadows? One answer to this problem is to get a black belt in post-processing and HDR software. Or you could use GND filters and get it right in-camera. Here is how Jay used his GND filters to capture this beautiful shot of Mt. Adams.

If you are interested in learning more about creating stunning images right out of the camera, check out our Essential Filters Course.

About Author Jay Patel

I could startoff like this – “Seeds of Jay Patel’s appreciation for beautiful places were planted early in his childhood….” but it would get boring really fast. I will just sum it up and say that I am a Landscape and Wilderness Photographer who loves to capture dramatic light. My photographs have been published in various magazines, calendars and advertising materials throughout the world.
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