Grey Filter 3 stops Neutral Density (or ND) filters
These filters produce a gray neutral tone and are used to reduce light, enabling more control over exposure and depth of field without affecting colour contrast. These filters are clear in the bottom half of the filter with a gradual transition to the ND effect in the top half. They are primarily used for light reduction in skylines of landscape shots.
Orange Filter 1.8 Stops
Perhaps its a normal evening, with a far view and its a nice enough scene. How can it be improved? An orange grad could be added to colour the sky, or perhaps a coloured streak across the image over the sun providing a sunset effect, or perhaps use an ND grad to hold back the sky area, allowing the land to be lighter and more colour saturated.
Blue Filter 1.8 Stops Grad filters
These filters create a realistic cooling blue effect. It enhances the blues of water and skies and is a vital tool in any landscape filter armoury. Soft edge grads have a smooth transition from clear to the colour.
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UV Multi Coated Filter
This is the multi-functional filter; it blocks UV light from entering the lens and therefore reducing blurring, haziness and blue casting. At the same time, it is a very useful tool to add protection to the lens against dust, moisture, scratches.
Circular Polarizing Filter
The CP filter improves the overall image quality . Firstly it increases color contrast and saturation, secondly, it reduces reflections that are often seen when photographing water, glass and similar reflective surfaces. Circular Polarizing filters ensure uniform light distribution and therefore maintain the sharpness and colour balance in images.
ND4 2 Stops Filter
Useful for low light allowing to slow your shutter speed down slightly.
ND8 3 Stops Filter
Used in medium light to help reduce bright light in large aperture situations when a narrow depth is field is needed that cuts down on the amount of light entering the lens.
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Circular Polarizing Filter
Polarizing filters improve the overall image quality. Firstly it increases colour contrast and saturation, Secondly, it reduces reflections that are often seen when photographing water, glass and similar reflective surfaces. The circular polarizing filter ensures uniform light distribution; therefore maintaining the sharpness and colour balance in images.
ND8 3 Stops Filter
A Stops filter is useful for medium light as it helps to reduce bright light in large aperture situations when a narrow depth is field is needed that cuts down on the amount of light entering the lens.
ND16 4 Stops Filter
This Stops filter enables slower shutter speeds for more realistic motion blur in video and helps avoid overexposure in bright conditions in photo and video.
ND32 5 Stops Filter
The 5 Stops filter is used on extremely bright days. It should be used where there is already enough light entering the camera lens.
The ND8/CPL filter helps reduce the shutter speed by 3 stops & helps improve saturated colours.
This ND16/CPL filter helps reduce the shutter speed by 4 stops. Good for sunny days to improve saturated colours.
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Improves the overall image quality in a couple of ways. Firstly it increases colour contrast and saturation, for instance, increasing the contrast of blue skies & it reducing reflections that are often seen when photographing water, glass and similar reflective surfaces. The Circular Polarizing filter ensures uniform light distribution; therefore maintaining sharpness and colour balance in images.
Secondly, ND32 is a dark neutral density filter with a filter factor of 32, meaning there is 5-stop light loss. This is a great filter for slowing down shutter speeds to capture motion. An example: In daylight, maybe the slowest shutter speed possible without a filter could be 1/60 sec at F/22 By adding the ND32, a shutter speed of 1/2 sec would be possible.
Variable ND Filter 2-400
Cuts the amount of light in the scene by one to eight two/three f/stops, After placing the filter on the lens, simply rotate it to dial in the correct exposure.
Shooting in bright daylight, often times it can be nearly impossible to shoot wide open without blowing out exposure. It's easy to do so though, when you have a Variable Neutral Density or Variable ND filter.
A Variable ND filter is so useful because it is variable.Adjust different levels from ND2-400 which is equal to 10 normal ND filter function.
It can also be used as a substitute for something pros call "riding iris", which means adjusting the exposure during shooting as the scene changes in brightness. To do this, rotate the filter and smoothly adjust the exposure as the lighting changes, like when panning from a darker area to a brighter one, all the time keeping the same f/stop and the same depth of field.