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Made from high-quality optical glass, the Lee 100x100mm Big Stopper 10x Filter is a long-exposure ND filter designed to reduce the amount of light entering the lens by up to 10 stops. By greatly extending exposure times, it has the effect of allowing anything that is moving in your image to become blurred or ghost-like. The Big Stopper is compatible with
The 100mm Lee ND Graduated Soft Resin Filter Set is made up of 3 100 x 150mm ND Grad filters (0.3, 0.6 and 0.9) with a soft dark to light transition. Soft ND 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.
Designed for long-exposure photography, the Lee 100 x 100 mm Little Stopper reduces the light entering the lens by up to 6 f-stops. Lee’s Little Stopper is for low-light conditions at dawn and dusk (when the Big Stopper's 10 stops may be too much), allowing you to enjoy increased flexibility with exposure lengths and create ghostly, time-passing effects
These three filters adjust exposure without affecting colour balance and can be used with all standard film types. Exposure can be increased by 1, 2 or 3 stops to suit individual requirements. Lee Neutral Density filters absorb light evenly across the visible spectrum, therefore reducing the light entering the lens without affecting the image colour. Traditionally
The Lee 100mm Neutral Density (ND) 0.6 Graduated Medium filter enables users to adjust the exposure across the frame by 2 stops, without affecting the colour balance. This filter is ideal for use when elements of the scene protrude into the sky, be that the rooftops of buildings or the peaks of mountains. The nature of the transition between coated and
The Lee 100mm ND Graduated Hard Resin Filter Set is made up of three 100 x 150mm ND Grad filters (0.3, 0.6 and 0.9) with a hard dark to light transition. Hard ND grads are used for images with a hard transition between the sky and the foreground. Placing the Neutral Density part of the filter onto the sky in the frame will reduce the sky exposure, ensuring
Lee Neutral Density Graduated filters allow you to adjust exposure without affecting the colour balance and are the ideal tool for landscape photographers looking to control and darken the brighter parts of a scene, such as the sky. This 100 x 150mm filter is partially clear, and partially 0.9 Neutral Density (3 stops), allowing the transition to be blended
The Lee Circular Polariser 105mm Rotating Glass Filter attaches to the Lee Filter Holder via the Lee 105mm Front Holder Ring (both not included, available separately). Ideal for landscape photography, this filter can remove potentially distracting reflections from non-metallic surfaces and has the effect of saturating colours and deepening blue skies.
The Lee 100x100mm Super Stopper ND glass filter reduces the amount of light entering the lens by 15 stops. Its 4.5 density and 32,000 (15 stop) filter factor means that an ordinary 2-second exposure will take over 17 hours to expose through the filter, allowing you to photograph with a wider aperture or slower shutter speed in bright daylight. By greatly
The Lee 100mm Neutral Density (ND) Grad Medium Filter Set contains three graduated resin filters (0.3, 0.6 and 0.9) that enable the photographer to adjust exposure (by 1, 2, and 3 stops) over part of the photograph without affecting colour balance. These ND Grads feature a medium transition from dark to light and are ideal for use when elements of the scene
The Cokin Gradual ND Kit plus Holder (H3H0-25) contains: the ND2 filter (P121L) with 1 stop density and hard edged transition; the ND4 filter (P121M) with 2 stop density and hard edged transition; and the ND8 filter (P121S) with 3 stop density and soft edged transition. Also included in this kit is a P-series filter holder (measuring 84x84mm), meaning that
These high quality glass filters manage the waveforms of light travelling to the camera from most reflective surfaces. Glare and reflected light can be altered by rotation of the polarising filter. The effect can be seen through the lens of reflex cameras as the filter is rotated. When used outside on sunny days, polarising filters have the effect of saturating