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Filter, GND, graduated ND, Haida, Long Exposure, ND filter, Neutral Density Filter, PhotosphereSG, screw-on, slot-in, square -

What is Neutral Density filters? - Simple terms, it's a filter that's mount in front of lens (either screw on/slot into a holder) that blocks light transmitted into camera.  Think of it as shades/sunglasses  Why is it necessary? - Even by stopping down the aperture to F22 or smallest size that the lens is able to, it's sometimes not slow enough to achieve long exposure photography. Useful for waterfall, light trails, reflections, streaking clouds shots. - During daytime to use bright primes to maintain shallow depth of field without overexposure. - More info, check our blog here What is there...

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Filter, Haida, Long Exposure, ND filter, Neutral Density Filter, PhotosphereSG -

In today photography context many effects can be done by post-processing using photosphop software or similarly powerful editing tools.  However one of those that can't be done post processed is the effects of using Neutral Density (ND) filters. In simple terms, think of ND filters as a shade/sunglasses, with the main intent to block light.  And in doing so, slows down the shutter speed to create effects. It is a filter that you would screw in (there's another type which is slot in that's a separate discussion) front of your lens element depending on the size of your filter. So...

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