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Hi,

I am using LR 2.3.1 version.  The problem is that I can't find the ND filter button in order to do editing.  How to find it?  Or the re is no ND filter in this version.  Any ideas?

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This has been there for ages. It's just not called a neutral density filter but is a local adjustment linear gradient. The icon for it is on the right side of the window and looks like a graduated neutral density filter.

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Graduated ND filters

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Hi,

I am using LR 2.3.1 version.  The problem is that I can't find the ND filter button in order to do editing.  How to find it?  Or the re is no ND filter in this version.  Any ideas?

Tq

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Correct answer by Jao vdL | Adobe Community Professional

This has been there for ages. It's just not called a neutral density filter but is a local adjustment linear gradient. The icon for it is on the right side of the window and looks like a graduated neutral density filter.

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Hi saifulr,

Lightroom desktop do not have the Graduated neutral density filter yet. However, It seems like a great idea, could you share this as a feature request here? Feature Request/Bug Report Form This forum is monitored by our developers and they might look into it for future updates.

Thanks,

Akash

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So which ver. does have ND filters built in?

On Wed, Jul 17, 2019, 12:01 AM Akash Sharma <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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It’s called the Linear Gradient in Lightroom 2.3 This tutorial video demonstrates how to use the tool to make targeted adjustments.

https://youtu.be/eSMfn78goU0

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Ok tq

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Are we referring to the cloud version of Lightroom? If so, why isn't it possible to use the gradual filter and use the exposure adjustment in that tool to mimic a graduated neutral density filter? Or, maybe I don't understand the use of such a filter.

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This has been there for ages. It's just not called a neutral density filter but is a local adjustment linear gradient. The icon for it is on the right side of the window and looks like a graduated neutral density filter.

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