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Landscape photographers who want to shoot long exposure sun and water will love the 6-stop ND filter. The addition of a 6-stop ND filter expands the camera’s capabilities and produces amazing results. When it comes to portrait photography, however, VARIABLE ND FILTER is the ideal option.
Using a neutral density or ND filter for a portrait may appear strange at first, but it can help to balance the color temperature of the light. Filters can help to adjust the white and contrast levels dramatically. Filters effects may be simply done with appropriate filters, as digital photography requires a lot of effort and attention to obtain the desired result. To vary the dynamic range and exposure value, use variable ND filters.
The dynamic range of a camera sensor typically relates to how much low and high contrast the sensor can render at once, therefore light and dark values in a picture should be outside of the sensor’s range to avoid recording shadows and highlight brightness.
Blocking highlights is a brilliant technique to solve the problem by obliterating the brightest highlights, effectively lowering the range of the entire scene. Always shoot in RAW mode, since this allows your camera to capture all of the details it is capable of without compression. In order to achieve good results in the outdoor setting, you may use filters to have a lot of control over the light and exposure.
You can reduce the brightness of the entire picture and decrease the highlights using the Freewell Variable ND kit. When photographing an anniversary, wedding, or engagement in a lakeside resort or on the beach, this technique is really successful.
Different f-stops or shutter speeds are required for portrait photography. Because you don’t have a wide enough f-stop, you can’t utilize various focus techniques due to the brightness level of some views. By using a Variable ND filter, you may widen the aperture and limit the depth of field. If you’re shooting in front of a waterfall and want to blur the water motion, reducing the density to the proper level can reduce the scene’s overall exposure value.
Variable ND filters perform better for portraits than fixed ND filters. When shooting outdoors, having more versatility gives you more options for creativity because you’ll have complete control over the lighting. A good suggestion is to get the filter in the size that will fit your largest diameter lens and adjust it to your other lenses with the filter step rings. Start using the Variable ND filters to take advantage of the additional options they provide. Extra options include adjusting a scene’s dynamic range and experimenting with shutter speeds and f-stops.