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The Lee Neutral Density Soft Filter Set can be used with both digital and film cameras. The set contains three types of graduated resin filters enabling the photographer to adjust exposure over part of the photograph without affecting the colour balance. Exposure can be controlled by 1, 2 or 3 stops, to suit the individual situation and offers a soft transition from dark to light. This set is for the 100mm system. Please note: No filter holder or adapter ring is included with this kit and is available to purchase separately. More
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Comments about LEE Filters Lee ND Grad Soft Resin Filter Set:
Excellent quality. Learn how to use it properly for natural effects without obvious filter lines
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Expensive. But should last a lifetime.
from North Ayrshire
Expensive filters but they are the best. Solid enough construction and great optics. Haven't had any use of the 1 stop filter yet so not sure if that is a luxury for me.
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as a photo enthusiast who's passion is landscape photography these filters are a must, since I bought this set I have scene the difference in the photo's that I have and I would not take another landscape without using them.you do get what you pay for.
Purchased LEE filters before -The Best
Quality and performance superb,easy to use,care must be taken handling to prevent surface marks from sharp or rough surfaces.
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Reliable set of filters
What can I say? If you're looking for a dependable set of soft-grad ND filters, it's hard to find anything better. I already had the hard-grad set and eventually found that these are equally good to have. If you only buy one set, get the hard grads, but if you can stretch to both, these are great for scenes with trees, etc
Long wait but worth it
By Bob the bower
Great for bringing together extreme contrasts such as back-lit sunsets where the camera is already at its limits.
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not for everyone
from New Forest
About Me Pro Photographer
Once you start using Lee filters, you quickly get why pros use them.Start with the hard ND filters to see if landscape photography is for you. Then invest in these. If you want every photon to count, avoid cheap filters. Don't waste your energy - life is too short.
Great for balancing the settings.
Essential for any serious landscaper
With anything wider than 40mm on a full frame body, my previous Cokin P series led to huge vignettes, at 17mm it was nearly square crop. In combination with a wide angle mount this system gets much much better results.They can take a while to be in stock at the moment, but that is testament to the quality when demand outweighs supply.And don't forget they have other uses than just correcting the exposure of the sky in a landscape.
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ND grad filters are used ...
from Dorset, UK
ND grad filters are used to balance the exposure between the lighter sky area of the photo, against the darker foreground, so that areas are not either blown out or underexposed.This kit consists of 3 filters in 1, 2 and 3 stops of light.The Soft kit is ideal for use when shooting landscapes with uneven horizons, for example trees, hills, mountains, etc. If you shoot seascapes with dead straight horizons, the Hard kit is more suited.A bit on the expensive side, but well worth it if you want truly neutral graduated filters. These are top quality with no colour cast that can be found in some of the cheaper brands.Easy to slot into the LEE filter holder. The filters feel of good quality.An essential part of any landscape photographer's kit!
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