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  • LEE 100mm ND Grad Very Hard Filter Set

LEE 100mm ND Grad Very Hard Filter Set

£219.00

The Lee 100mm Neutral Density (ND) 0.3 Graduated Very Hard Filter Set contains three 100x150mm graduated resin filters (0.3, 0.6 and 0.9) that allow the photographer to adjust exposure (by 1, 2 and 3 stops) over part of the image without affecting colour balance. The Very Hard ND grad is perfect for scenes such as seascapes that feature a defined horizon line. The transition between the coated and clear sections of the filter is extremely sharp, allowing for precision separation between the filtered and unfiltered areas of the frame. The Lee 100mm Filter Holder (i.e. Foundation Kit) and an Adapter Ring are required, not included.

Lee ND Grad Very Hard Resin Filter Set: Features

  • 3x ND filters with Very Hard gradations
  • Designed for landscape photography
  • Allows users to balance the exposure within a scene
  • Perfect for very defined horizon lines such as seascapes
  • The very sharp transition allows for precise separation between areas of the image
  • Enables cloud detail to be kept correctly exposed, avoids the "white out" effect
  • Gives great control over the exposure
  • Suitable for both digital and film
  • Compatible with the Lee 100mm Filter Holder (not included)
  • Filter size: 100x150mm

Kit Contents:

  • 1x 0.3 Neutral Density Very Hard Grad Filter - reduces exposure by 1 stop
  • 1x 0.6 Neutral Density Very Hard Grad Filter - reduces exposure by 2 stops
  • 1x 0.9 Neutral Density Very Hard Grad Filter - reduces exposure by 3 stops
  • Lee Filter Holder required
  • Lee Adaptor Ring required - check your lens' thread size

Should I use hard or soft grads?

Hard Grads
As a general rule, a hard grad would be used for images containing a horizon, or any hard transition between the sky and the foreground - even with jagged or mountainous horizons, the exposure can be controlled far easier with a hard grad.

Soft Grads
Soft 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.