|I own it||I want it||I had it|
The neutral gray half of this filter transmits 50% of the incoming light, so that it darkens the respective portion of the subject by one f-stop without altering its colors. For example, when the sky is too bright in relation to the landscape, this is an ideal amount for good detail rendition in the clouds and for preventing the sky from being “washed out” by over-exposure.
|Colorful Boats by gongal|
from Fujifilm Challenge
|Physallis in a sun beam.. by baobob|
from It's a setup.
|Portal at second beach by Ferpect|
from Seven ways to shoot a landscape: Seascape