Photography is a fast growing hobby with the relative drop in prices of high grade equipment. The use of different filters in photography is a very common thing, and different filters have very different uses. The neutral density (ND) filter reduces the amount of light reaching the film or sensor. This allows the photographer to create different effects with the available light, allowing slower shutter speeds and larger apertures. The video helps explain the differences in shutter speeds and apertures and how to calculate the appropriate settings for your shot. With lots of information, it would be hard to use an ND filter wrong after watching this video.
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