Neutral density filters (also known as NDs) produce a grey neutral tone and are used to reduce light, enabling more control over exposure and depth of field without affecting colour or contrast. They are especially useful in bright light conditions to avoid overexposure. When using wider lenses they adjust exposure correctly, allowing for reduced depth of field. This enables highlighting of the principal subject and taking the foreground or background out of focus.
Our High Definition ND Blender Filters are available in blender filters (the same as a graduated ND filter
, but with the transition taking place gradually over the whole length of the filter rather than in the middle): and these are listed below.