Lee Filters are synonymous with high-quality glass. Theyre filters are used by professional photographers and in major feature films and TV dramas. The ProGlass 100mm IRND 2-stop filter offers neutral density filtration of 0.6, giving the user even more control over the exposure of their image. ProGlass filters are made from 2mm thick glass.
| Manchester |
London Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Stockists, Manchester Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Retailers, Bristol Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Dealers, Cardiff Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Suppliers, Leeds Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Stockists, Glasgow Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Dealers, Sunderland Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Suppliers, Newcastle Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Retailers, Bradford Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Stockists, Coventry Lee ProGlass IRND 100mm 2 Stop Filter Suppliers
Supplier Deal: £179.00
Made from high-quality optical glass, the Lee 100x100mm Big Stopper 10x Filter is a long-exposure ND filter designed to reduce the amount of light entering the lens by up to 10 stops. By greatly extending exposure times, it has the effect of allowing anything that is moving in your image to become blurred or ghost-like. The Big Stopper is compatible with the Lee 100mm Filter Holder (not included).
The Hitech 85mm Standard Neutral Density 0.9 Filter is a professional quality 4 stop (16x) ND filter. Hitech Neutral Density Filters extend the control of exposure parameters and are used in both colour and black & white photography to reduce the intensity of visible light. They are extremely useful in pictorial photography when shooting maximum apertures in bright light. Since ND filters uniformly reduce light of all wavelengths, there is no effect on the colour rendition. These 84x84mm filters fit in the Cokin P filter holder and are manufactured from the highest quality optical grade polyester resin.
Lee No 23A Light Red 100x100 Filter for Black and White
Lee star filters will create as many stars as there are light sources in your picture. You can achieve sparkle from city lights, birthday candles, stage projectors, or reflections off water, metal or glass. Lee star filters are most effective against dark backgrounds, and their effect can be reinforced by combining with colour, graduated or sunset filters.
Low contrast filters more evenly spread light so that brightly lit areas share their light with the darker areas. The result is a lowering of the contrast and a slight halation or flare effect around light sources. Highlighted areas are still well lit but the dark areas now show more detail. Although designed for Hollywood, video photographers use them for more of a 'movie' look. This is the strongest effect filter.