Black & White Filters
Filters for black and white photography perform a variety of filtration effects including contrast control, enhanced skin tones, tonal corrections and more dramatic landscapes.
Although originally intended for use with black and white film, these filters can also be used as a creative tool in color imaging.
This medium yellow filter offers the most correct tonal range contrast to produce natural clouds against blue skies.
"Minus blue" cuts haze in aerial work; reduces excess blue of full moon in astrophotography. Recommended as a basic filter for use with Kodak Aero Ektachrome Infrared film.
Enhances landscapes, marine scenes and aerial photography with more dramatic effects than Yellow 8.
*Deep yellow filter.
*Renders sky dramatically darker.
* Deeper than Yellow 15 for more dramatic effects
* Absorbs blue and blue greens. Renders blue tones darker as in marine scenes
Light red filter producing contrast effects that darken sky and water, as in more dramatic architectural photography. Not recommended for flesh tones.
Create dramatic sky effects, emphasizing cloud contrast for landscapes. Simulate a moonlit scene at midday with slight underexposure. Use with infrared film to yield extreme contrast with skies, turn foliage white and cut through fog and haze.
* Medium red filter
* Darkens blue sky creating dramatic contrast between sky and clouds
* Creates greater contrast between foliage and flowers
* Excellent copying filter for blueprints
* Used in scientific photography.
* Use with Polarizer for dramatic black and white effects
* Ideal for more pleasing skin tones outdoors
* Especially suited for portraits photographed against the sky
* Universal asset for all scenics. Greens are lightened to reveal more detail
* Darkens sky in contrast to clouds
* In foliage, greens are lightened and red blossoms darkened
* Dark green filter that produces very light foliage
* Accentuates haze and fog
* Used for dye transfer and contrast effects
* Lightens same color for detail