I was reading an article about doing split neutral density filters digitally and decided to try it. A split neutral density filter is simply filter fitted onto the front of the camera which is neutral (colorless) and is split (the top is darker than the bottom, or vice versa). This compensates for an unwanted high contrast. In this example, the camera metered for the sky and underexposed the land.
I was able to correct this digitally by imitating a split neutral density filter. And this was the result.
I’m not sure how this will view on your montior because I know mine isn’t up to specs and and is pretty dark. So I might have overcorrected.