Step-up Your Game with Aerial Drone Filters (aerial photography tips – how to reduce camera shake when filming)
For years photographers have been carrying the essential filters for outdoor photography in their bag of tricks, among them are a Polarizer filter and Neutral Density filters. These filters now available for aerial photography drones can now be part of you drone filming techniques, after putting a Polarizer filter on an aerial drone camera, drone operators will notice dramatically bluer skies and less washed out “scenes, angles”. You’ll also notice the reduction in glare from non-metallic surfaces such as in windows and on water. Neutral Density filters on the other hand come in a range of densities, they’ll prevent overexposure and reduce shutter speed, (which helps to reduce the wobble or Jello Effect drone video gets) for more control in a variety of weather conditions that the drone may encounter. Check out the Tiffen Filters home page if you’re new to using filters for digital photography, click here for more information about how to use ND filters. With the rise of aerial drone photography and videography comes the need for drone filters, so having a Polarizer or an ND filter on a drone for shooting aerial video will keep you a step ahead in this evolving field. Why make Tiffen filters a part of your aerial photography equipment? Tiffen filters are Academy Award® Winning glass filters manufactured with their exclusive ColorCore® technology, they come with a 10 year warranty and are made in the USA.