The new starter kit from Lee Filters.Press release:
Lee Filters were showing their new products at Focus on Imaging in
Birmingham. They were showing the following new products.
Digital SLR Starter Kit
An ideal introduction to the comprehensive Lee Filters filter
for digital SLR users, this new kit includes an assembled filter
holder, a 0.6 ND standard. These new glass ND filters are
optimised for use with digital cameras, as they absorb more
Infrared and UV light than traditional ND filters
and provide a more punchy result, with less discolouration in adverse
All packed in the three filter
triple pouch, this is an ideal way to
get the best results with your digital SLR, at a very advantageous list
ProGlass ND Standard Filters
New from Lee Filters, the ProGlass ND is an extremely high quality
glass ND standard filter
– optimised for use with digital
cameras, but equally useful for film. This brand hew filter
uses a surface coating made from evaporated metal, and therefore
provides very even absorption across the visible spectrum and through
the UV and Infrared regions. Digital SLR users need to use ND standard
filters to prolong exposure times in bright conditions for landscape
photography, but the excess UV and IR can cause colour problems in some
The ProGlass filter reduces any chance of false colour casts, and also
provides a result described as a punchier on a digital and film because
the light forming the image is more specific to the requirements of the
film or sensor.
Available in 100x100mm, ND 0.6 (2 stops) and 0.9 (3 spots). List price
The Landscape Photographers Guide to Using Filters
Discover when, why and how to use filters in your photograph.
Eight leading landscape photographers have joined forces with Lee
Filters, to produce Inspiring Professionals, a new book on how to use
camera filters. The 132 page book is full of stunning images
taken from around the world that will both inform and inspire you.
Filters are an indispensable part of any landscape photographers' kit,
read how famous photographers such as Joe Cornish, Charlie Waite and
David Noton use filtration in their images and why it plays such a
vital role in their photography. List price £10.