E-Photographic PRO 77mm Multicoated CPL Filter - German HD B270 Schott optics

RRP: R635.00

The E-Photographic PRO 77mm Circular Polariser Filter (CPL) that is manufactured from German B270 Schott optics will create vibrant images

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A polariser filter is placed in front of a camera lens to darken skies, reduce reflections, or suppress glare from the surface of water. Since reflections and the sky-light tend to be partially linear-polarised, a linear polariser is used to change the balance of the light in the photograph. The rotational function of the filter is adjusted for the preferred artistic effect. In short, it will help you boost the colour and contrast in your images

The E-Photographic filters uses German B270 Schott optical glass, which is of the same quality as the very well known and popular B&W filters manufactured by Schneider in Germany carries a 1 YEAR local South African Warranty

The glass is multi-coated and surface polished on both sides and are extremely durable.

The materials used are hue neutral. The optical glass is hardly breakable. The Multiple coatings applied minimises surface reflection.

Being water and dirt repellent, it ensures constant cleanliness of lens and lowers maintenance costs. Scratches and damages are prevented with the quality multi coating that has been applied.

The E-Photographic CPL filter is easily and comfortably adjustable, and does not impact on the ability to still fit lens caps and lens hoods

These E-Photographic CPL filters do not form bubbles or breaks on the edges, even in extreme climates. They endure hot, humid, and very cold conditions without impacting on the quality of pictures, essential, they are effective and produces high quality pictures even during huge temperature variations.Being water and dirt proof, it ensures constant cleanliness of lens and lowers maintenance costs. Scratches and damages are prevented with the quality multi coating that has been applied

The E-Photographic CPL filter is easily and comfortably adjustable, and does not impact on the ability to still fit lens caps and lens hoods.These CPL filters do not form bubbles or breaks on the edges, even in extreme climates. They endure hot, humid, and very cold conditions without impacting on the quality of pictures, essential, they are effective and produces high quality pictures even during huge temperature variations.

When you browse photography websites or the pages of a magazine and spot really striking landscape shots taken during the day, with bright blue skies, defined clouds and strong contrast, the probability is that it has been taken by a professional photographer using a good quality circular polariser filter.Being water and dirt proof, it ensures constant cleanliness of lens and lowers maintenance costs. Scratches and damages are prevented with the quality multi coating that has been applied.

Polariser filters are a great addition to any photographer’s kit, they are brilliant at enhancing saturation and contrast, helping you to produce more vibrant and well defined images without the need to do any manipulation in Photoshop.

Polariser filters selects which light rays reaches your lens, and will cut through haze/misty situations, it deepens blue skies and boost contrast to give your landscape and scenic pictures added impact. They are perfect for shooting building structures and cities on bright and sunny days because they boost blue skies and increase edge contrast for more dramatic appearances.

A polariser filter cuts through reflections in water – should you want to see river beds to give your landscape shots a different feel – and reduce unwanted reflections when shooting non-metallic shiny objects. A polarising filter will also help to reduce the reflection and glare of bright, white light, meaning you don’t burn out your highlights so much.

More Vibrant Photographs

For the best results, shoot on sunny days with blue skies and a little cloud, with your scenes or subjects at 90 degrees to the direction of sunlight. Once screwed on securely to the end of your lens, rotate the outer ring of the filter to adjust the intensity of its polarising effect. Always use a lens hood to prevent lens glare, except of cause if your intention is to have it

To ensure your Digital Camera does not try to counteract the work of the filter, set your white balance to the appropriate setting such as the setting for a "Cloudy day"

You may also need to perform exposure compensation to avoid overly bright results: around -1-stop should do the trick for you!!.

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