ND GRADS advice
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10-06-12, 09:25 PM
Join Date: Feb 2011
The kit you're looking at is a good place to start. You get 3 degrees of 'hardness' on the grad which is useful on landscapes etc. As Mark says, stacking these filters will give you colour casts, but you're not likely to be doing that with this kit.
Adapter rings are very cheap. Although their cheap enough on Amazon, you can get them even cheaper on eBay. And, because it's just a threaded metal ring you can buy as cheap as you like and it will have no effect at all on quality.
When you've discovered the delights of grads, you can start playing with some coloured ones, Mauve, Pink, Green etc. Then start looking at some of the other fun stuff you can get, all pretty inexpensive once you've got the basic system.
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