Daffodils, Some Spring Sunshine & A Vari ND Filter

With spring clearly on its way and the landscape and light changing, if you want to add a new look to your photography, a variable ND filter can provide a little extra creativity.

On Sunday I had a chance to use the Genustech Variable ND filter and I have to say it’s probably the best out of the ones i have used so far. Just experimenting ready for some spring portraits I will be taking and thanks to Fran for being so patient whilst i experimented. Portrait wise not the best image of Fran as there are shadows on her face and she was dressed for walking, but it does provide an example of how you can use a variable ND to create some interesting looks

.Fran 1st Final ND

There are numerous variable ND filters to suit all pockets in terms of price and performance, but they are a really useful bit of photographic kit that you can pack in your bag.
I purchased the 77mm and just use step up down rings for the various lenses I have.

GENUS
HELIOPAN
LIGHTCRAFT
B&W
TIFFAN
HOYA

I am working on some new videos to upload to Youtube, more Lightroom or Photoshop tips. let me know.

Fletcher8

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Author: Fletcher K2Photographic

Fletcher is a Freelance photographer with images featured in Yachts and Yachting, Yorkshire Life Magazine and Equine Health Thoroughbred Owner and Breader. Commissioned work has included the Land Rover Burghley International Horse Trials; Bramham International Horse Trials; Hickstead Derby; The Motocross Nationals; Roger Albert Clark Rally; and the Pirelli Rally. Photography is his passion which is demonstrated through his work.

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