French optical filter manufacturer Cokin recently launched a Nuances Clearsky light pollution filter that can help photographers solve the problem of night light pollution
A big problem in shooting night scene photos in cities is “light pollution”, which causes serious color cast in the photos. Sometimes there are multiple light sources in a scene, and we can’t adjust it by simple white balance This brings great difficulties to the photographer’s creation and also increases the difficulty of post-processing. However, on July 23, according to a foreign media Digital Camera World report, French optical filter manufacturer Cokin recently launched a Nuances Clearsky light pollution filter that can help photographers solve the problem of night light pollution.
Light pollution is largely caused by roadsides or buildings They can cause the photos to become yellowish or orangeish, which is very difficult to correct in post-processing. The Nuances Clearsky Light pollution filter is made of high-resolution phosphate laser neodymium glass, which can block specific wavelengths of light, allowing the camera to capture more accurate colors, while also bringing better details and higher performance. Contrast.
Nuances Clearsky Light pollution filter adopts multi-layer AR on both sides And AF coating, it helps to transmit light, reduce reflection and make the filter not affected by scratches, fingerprints, water marks and grease.
This filter is very suitable for urban night scene shooting and astrophotography. There are currently a variety of sizes to choose from, with prices ranging from $80 to $200.
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