Hoya nd filter - Parental filter freeware
Hoya NDx8 - Filter - neutral density 8x - 62 mm
Neutral Density filters evenly reduce the amount of light passing thru the lens without effecting color. Ideal for reducing bright light in large aperture situations when a narrow depth is field is needed. Allows for slower shutter speeds when blurring or showing of movement is desired. Allows balancing of exposure to highlight a key subject. Lets you use higher speed films in bright light. Hoya Neutral Density filters are available in most sizes and in three strengths: .3 (2X) Reduces the light one f-stop. .6 (4X) Reduces the light two f-stops. .9 (8X) Reduces the light three f-stops.87% (19)
Playing with ND Filters
I've had a couple of ND filters lying around that I haven't ever really used in anger so I thought I'd go out and give them a try today. One is a 0.9 Tiffen ND good for losing 3 stops of light, and the other a 0.6 Grad ND useful for holding back half of the image. Anyway turned out that it was still too bright to get the effect I was after, so I'm looking into purchasing one of the B&W 10 Stop filters that i've been seeing used in a lot of fantastic water blur shots. I had to ramp the aperture up to F29 to get this so not particularly happy with the image quality. Exposure: 4s F-Stop: F29 ISO: 100 Tiffen 0.9 ND Tiffen 0.6 Grad ND Hoya Circ PolarizerSenset at Second Beach, Stanley Park, another first time experience
I have quite a few first-time-in-life experiences recently, such as a macro lens and a Craigslist deal. This is one more, first time experience with a ND filter great thanks to Junn and Eric sharing their experiences of ND filters with me. Still learning and I hope I will do a better job next time.
This Hoya Multi-Coated Neutral Density (ND) Filter is an essential accessory for any photographer's camera bag. ND filters reduce the amount of visible light that enters the lens, allowing the user to utilize wider apertures or slower shutter speeds, particularly in bright conditions.See also:
ND filters work especially well for portraits by allowing the photographer to reduce the depth of field, producing pleasant background blur while keeping the subject in sharp focus. These filters are also often used to emphasize movement by permitting slow shutter speeds in bright light, giving life to photos that would otherwise look frozen in time.
This particular filter (HMC) is multi-coated to minimize reflection on the filter surface, which reduces flare and ghosting, and produces sharp contrast and well-balanced color. An ND8 filter reduces the amount of light by 3 stops.
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