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Filters

  1. 1. Filters
  2. 2. Filters• Filters literally filter the light that passes through your lens to your sensor• They can be used to help with exposure, cut down glare, enhance color, give special effects
  3. 3. Neutral Density Filter• A neutral density filters acts like a pair of sunglasses.• It cuts down the amount of light entering your lens• This allows you to use slower shutter speeds in brighter light conditions
  4. 4. Neutral Density Filter
  5. 5. Neutral Density Filter
  6. 6. Graduated Neutral Density Filter
  7. 7. Graduated Neutral Density Filter
  8. 8. Polarizing Filter• A polarizing filter cuts down on glare and diffused light• This will make clear surfaced easier to see through• This will also make your sky more blue and crisp• Some Polarizing filters are made to be turned to affect the effectiveness of cutting glare
  9. 9. Polarizing Filter
  10. 10. Polarizing FilterWithout filter With filter
  11. 11. Polarizing Filter With FilterNo Filter
  12. 12. Black and White Filters• These filters are colored• Your cameras have settings to mimic these filters or you can use on lens filters• Whatever color the filter is, it makes that color appear lighter and all other colors darker. – Ex: a red filter will make red appear lighter while it makes green and blue appear darker
  13. 13. Black And White FIlters
  14. 14. Black and White Filters
  15. 15. Simulated Black and White FiltersPlain Black and White Green FilterRed Filter Yellow Filter
  16. 16. Specialty Filters
  17. 17. Star/Spectral Filter
  18. 18. Diffusion Filter
  19. 19. Spot FIlter
  20. 20. Colored Filter
  21. 21. Zoom Filter
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