Sometimes a mood is more important than lighting (not often but it does happen). In many ways, the more muted colours suit the scene, especially with the tilt away from the plane of focus. You could even exaggerate the muted colours and desaturate, with an increased contrast to give an older feel to the image or even convert to B&W with very high contrast.
How do you find the LB warming polariser? I used to have one with my Cokin filter adaptor, but only have the reverse grad now I'm using Lee filters.
Thanks. I find the LB warming polariser a very good kit not only for boosting colours but also for adding another stop of light, that is, if you intend to prolong exposure a bit more. Unlike most polarisers, it only has lower filter factor(around 1 f/stop only). I would have loved to go exclusively on Lee Filters but Lee doesn't produce Reverse ND grads. For this reason, I combine a Cokin Z-Pro filter holder + Singh Ray and Lee when stacking filters and so far it works for me.