So...ive been using my Lee system with a Big Stopper for a year. I just received my .9 soft and hard GNDs a couple of days ago, so I am yet to use them.
So here is the question...
Is it acceptable to use a normal GND flipped upside down and use as a reverse GND? The darker top would be upside down and sitting at the horizon line darkening the low sun. The fade would go upwards into the clear part of the filter which would be sticking way above the filter holder. With that said, would the filter edge be too noticeable at the horizon line? Essentially, half of the sensor would be shooting through the filter since it is upside down.
I mean....i know I can do whatever I want, just wondering if people do it instead of buying an actual reverse grad.