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Lee Filters 4x6 Soft Graduated ND Twin Pack

Graduated ND Twin Pack Includes:

  • Lee Filters 4x6 0.6 (2-Stop) Soft Edge Graduated ND Filter
  • Lee Filters 4x6 0.9 (3-Stop) Soft Edge Graduated ND Filter

$209.00

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Lee Filters 100mm Soft Grad Twin Pack – 0.6 and 0.9 Soft Edge Filters

This custom soft edge twin pack is perfect for all Landscape Photographers! It includes the two most popular Lee Filters Graduated Neutral Density Filters!

The transition between the clear and neutral density portions of a soft edge graduated filter is less sharp and more subtle than in a hard edge graduated filter. A soft edge grad filter is recommended when the variation in light readings within a scene is less pronounced or the horizon line has any deviation, such as mountains, trees or rock formations. The soft edge grad filter is also used on occasions when the effect of a hard edge grad would be apparent in the resulting image, showing as a ‘line’ across the composition. The transition in tones, from bright to dark, should appear very natural when using a soft grad.

LEE Filters 4x6 0.6 Graduated Neutral Density Soft Edge Filter. This filter will reduce the exposure in the top part of the frame by 2 f-stops. The 2-stop grad is a great place to start with graduated ND filters. It’s easy to use, one of the most commonly used, and will continue to be a staple in world of landscape photography.

LEE Filters 4x6 0.9 Graduated Neutral Density Soft Edge Filter. This filter will reduce the exposure in the top part of the frame by 3 f-stops. The 3-stop soft edge grad is the most popular graduated ND filter. This filter is great for shooting on bright sunny days, as it will even out exposure and bring out the rich blue color of the sky!

These filters are a must have for any landscape photographer.

These filters are rectangular in shape so that you, the photographer, have the ability to manipulate where the grad line falls within the frame. If you wish to have more skyline than foreground simply move the filter down within the holder. Moving the filter up within the holder will allow for more foreground than skyline, you have ultimate creative control!