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Graduated Neutral Density
ND filters are used if too much light restricts creative possibilities. They reduce the light in accordance with their density. They therefore allow more widely opened apertures. For very bright situations the aperture would also have to be closed. This would mean losing the option of short depth of field.
- Control exposure or depth-of-field under various lighting conditions
- Diminish distracting backgrounds by allowing the use of wider aperture
- Helps control the amount of light reaching the sensor or film without depending only on the lens aperture
- Enable even exposure in unbalanced lighting conditions
Schneider-Kreuznach Graduated ND filters are part clear and part ND gray. They can be used to balance exposure in uneven lighting situations or to increase color saturation in sky scenes, by lowering sky exposure. Schneider-Kreuznach makes both soft-edge and hard-edge Graduated NDs. Typically soft-edge filters with wider gradient transitions are used with short to medium focal length lenses because they blend in to most scenes better. Hard-edge filters having narrow gradient transitions are preferred for use with longer focal length lenses or for straight and narrow transitions, like the sky above a flat ocean horizon.
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B+W Filters 77mm MRC 701M Soft-Edge Graduated Neutral Density 0.3 Filter (1-Stop)
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