Now, that we have looked at basic exposure adjustment in Part 1 lets take a look at adjusting exposure while using ND (Neutral Density) Filters.
ND filters are put in front of your lens to control the amount of light allowed through the filter. ND filters are a great way to control your exposure. NoFilmSchool.com has a great section in their DSLR Cinematography Guide that explains ND Filters . You can also read more about ND filters here.
ND Filters come in two varieties. The variable ND filter and individual filters with specific optical densities that limit light transmission measured by number of stops. In the following video, I show you the basics of exposure adjustment, including using ND filters.
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