In a previous post about selecting the correct neutral density filter for your needs, we provided you with an analysis of the different types of neutral density filters on the market.
Continuing with this lesson in neutral density filters, today we head into the Lee Filters Factory for a tour led by Mike Browne to see how the Lee filters are truly made by hand.
Lee Filters rank up there as the top 1% of filters in optical quality. And much of that credit for the highest quality goes back to their hand-crafted production. Yes, those graduated neutral density filters are hand-dipped!
And as we said in the past post about selecting the correct neutral density filter, if you need to learn more about how to use ND filters to improve your photographs, take a look at our signature course, Yosemite in Spring, where we do extensive training on the use of ND filters. This workshop is one of our most popular!
And between now and December 31, 2013, you can take advantage of our big holiday sale with huge savings of up to $150 on your workshop tuition. Use Promo Code HSW2014Holiday at checkout to save big!