I’ve been fielding a lot of questions lately from people about graduated neutral density filters. My response is always the same. I used them in the days of film, but now graduated filters do more harm than good in 99 percent of the images I see from them. With Photo RAW’s nuanced and natural HDR engine a few simple clicks from Browse will blend multiple differentially exposed frames to create a linear RAW file with all that exposure data to work with throughout the frame. It’s a much easier and more nuanced way to capture high contrast throughout the frame without imposing an artificial contrast line through the middle of the frame. In this video I’ll show you how to both capture high contrast scenes as well as how to edit them in Photo RAW.