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PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:43 pm 
I would love a review like the polirising filter but with a tobacco grand (dunno how it spells) if thats interesting for anyone else?

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Ah, you mean a graduated tobacco filter...

I used to be very fond of their effect, but I think they were over-used in the 1980s and to me now feel a bit dated.

I won't be doing a tutorial myself on this kind of filter as it can be simulated digitally, but please anyone feel free to give any tips on the subject...

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