Neu­tral den­sity fil­ter

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Shoot­ing dur­ing a bright day wide open might max out your shut­ter speed, mean­ing over­ex­posed images. In or­der to coun­ter­act this, use a vari­able neu­tral den­sity fil­ter. These con­sist of a pair of po­lar­iz­ing fil­ters, one of which can be ro­tated to make the im­age pro­gres­sively darker. Turn it un­til you have an ex­po­sure you’re happy with.

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