Lee Filters 100 x 150mm ND Grad Filter Set ( Hard Edge )
The Lee Filters 100mm ND Graduated Filter Set ( Hard Edge ) comprises of 3 professional quality neutral density graduated filters (ND 0.3, 0.6, 0.9). The Lee Filters range of true, neutral density (ND) graduated filters enables the photographer to selectively adjust exposure across the frame without affecting colour balance. ND Grad Filters are truly the essential filter for the landscape photographer. The most common use for ND grad would be to balance the exposure difference between the sky and the foreground, retaining the natural colours and detail without over-exposing and “burning out” part of the image. They are available with a soft, medium, hard and very hard graduation.
LEE offer an incredible array of professional quality technical and effect colors, providing photographers and videographers the ultimate in creative control. These filters are hand made from a durable optical resin. Manufactured to the highest quality all filters comply with LEE Filters’ strict quality control standards.
The Neutral Density Set can be used with both digital and film cameras. The set contains graduated resin filters that enable the photographer to adjust exposure over part of the photograph without effecting colour balance.
100mm x 150mm size
A standard set of ND Grad 0.3, 0.6, 0.9 densities
This represents 1 to 3 stops of light reduction.
Soft, Medium, Hard or Very Hard graduation options.
Professional optical quality resin filters
Completely Neutral – No unwanted colour cast
Supplied with Filter Wrap – 3 filter pouch made from the same material as the filter cleaning cloth
Both linear and circular polarisers are available from Lee Filters in both a rotating 105mm diameter ‘screw in’ version and a 100x100mm square version. The 100mm square polarisers are to be used in the filter holder in a standard 2mm resin filter slot; and the entire holder is then rotated to achieve the correct polarisation state.This is recommended for studio use or for when only the polariser and, possibly, standard filters are to be used.