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LEE Filters 100mm System 0.9 Neutral Density Grad Soft Filter

LEE Filters 100mm System 0.9 Neutral Density Grad Soft Filter

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Create dramatic skies or balance particularly dark foregrounds with the 3 stop LEE100 0.9 ND Grad Soft Filter designed and made in the UK by hand

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LEE Filters 100mm System 0.9 Neutral Density Grad Soft Filter

The LEE Filters 100mm System 0.9 Neutral Density Grad Soft Filter enables the photographer to selectively adjust exposure across the frame by 3 Stops.

The LEE Filters range of Neutral Density (ND) Graduated Filters enable the photographer to selectively adjust exposure across the frame without affecting colour balance.

They are almost an essential in modern landscape photography on both digital and film cameras and come in a range of strength is denoting the light stopping power of the filter.

Compatible with both digital and film photography

whatever format you shoot, and Grads help cameras record scenes more like we see them with a broad tonal range that's lost if not captured in the moment.

Precise creative control

There is a place in landscape photography for both hard and soft grads. Which one you decide to use will depend mainly on the subject matter of your image.

As a general rule, a hard grad would be used for images containing a horizon, or any hard transition between the sky and the foreground - even with jagged or mountainous horizons, the exposure can be controlled far easier with a hard grad.

Soft grads perform best in woodland, mist, or interiors. Anywhere where there is no definite transition between sky and foreground, a soft grad will gently balance exposure across the image.

The most common use for a siangle and grad would be to balance the exposure difference between the sky and the foreground in a landscape image, retaining the natural colours and detail without over-exposing and "burning out" parts of the image.

For example, when photographing a landscape in which the sky is much brighter than the foreground, placing the neutral density part of the filter onto the sky in the frame will reduce the sky exposure without affecting the foreground. This enables cloud detail to be kept correctly exposed in the picture, and avoids the "white out" effect caused by exposing for the foreground. Even with the adivent of digital RAW capture and image manipulation, and grads remain an important tool, as lost highlight detail (in the same way as a burnt out area in a transparency) cannot be recovered if above the maximum recording threshold.

Ultimate flexibility

ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.

The Lee 100 System is the most popular due to the versatile size of the filters suitable for many lenses. They are available in a range of densities and graduations which includes:

Soft Graduation:

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