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Controlling contrast is quite difficult in bright and sunlit exteriors. We start from the fact that in an exhibition where there are lights and shadows, if we expose correctly in the area of ​​lights, it will leave the dark area severely underexposed, and if we correctly expose in the area of ​​shadows, the area of ​​lights will be overexposed. These filters are a solution to control the contrast ratio between light and shadow areas.

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The Ultracontrast series of filters use the surrounding ambient light (not just the light in the image area) to make shadows lighter in a uniform way, capturing lost details. It is used where contrast control is required, reducing it uniformly throughout the image, without other effects on sharpness appearing.Available in densities: 1, 2 and 3 from lower to higher intensity.

SoftContrast filters include a light absorbing element in the filter that, without exposure compensation, reduces contrast by darkening highlights without altering shadows. In addition, it is also often used to make bright reflections appear as lighting effects and also to reduce the intensity of colors in any scene. Available in densities: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 from lowest to highest intensity.

Digicon filters, when used in front of the lens, optically increase black levels while reducing highlight areas. By compensating for in-camera gamma settings, a higher dynamic range than what the camera can achieve. Results are more detail in both highlights and shadows with no effect on resolution and no color change. The highlighted areas remain clean and halo-free. Note that it can also be used in a 35mm film camera to get closer to the aspect of a film with a lower latitude. Available in densities: 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1 and 2 from lowest to highest intensity.


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