ND (neutral density) filters are designed to reduce the amount of light that reaches your camera lens. This reduction allows you to use camera settings (such as longer exposure times) that may otherwise create overexposed images. In this short video, Varina talks us through her thought process when she’s deciding whether or not to use an ND filter.
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