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FILM ENHANCEMENT

80 SERIES

Get the right colors with daylight film when shooting indoors, with tungsten lighting, and without a flash.

80A : Get the right colors with daylight film when shooting indoors, with tungsten lighting, and without a flash.

80B : Balances daylight film for use with photo flood lamps.


81 SERIES


The 81 series filters are useful with daylight corrected film in cool light conditions. As letters advance, density and warmth increases.

81A, 81B, 81C, & 81EF: Creates warmer tones and brighter colors on overcast days or when shooting with electronic flash. Great for improving flesh tones. 81A converts tungsten 3200 K film to 3400 K lighting.

Filter Conversion Exposure Increase

81A

3,400 TO 3,200K

1/3 Stop

81B

3,500 TO 3,200K

1/3 Stop

81C

3,600 TO 3,850K

1/3 Stop

81EF

3,850 TO 4,140K

2/3 Stop


81

81A

81B

81C

81D

81EF



82 SERIES


These light balancing filters are used to make minor corrections in color temperature.

82A, 82B Reduces unnatural red tones in early morning or late afternoon light. Prevents reddish cast. Maintains natural flesh tones. Can create mood of coolness. 82A provides a cooler effect with tungsten film under 3200 K lamps.


82A

82B


85 SERIES


Using tungsten film in daylight will produce a bluish cast. The 85 Series will produce natural colors when shooting with tungsten film outdoors. For best results use the filter that most accurately matches your film type.

85B : Converts tungsten film to daylight.

85 : Produces slightly cooler results than the 85B.

85C : Useful as creative warming effect with daylight film in daylight. Designed to produce cooler results with tungsten film in daylight than the 85 or 85B


85

85B

85C



COLOR CONTRAST




Yellow Color Contrast

#6 Yellow


#6 Yellow

Basic contrast filter, primarily for use with black and white film. This light yellow filter slightly darkens skies, helps to cut through haze, and improves overall contrast. It is a common contrast filter for black and white photography, producing an accurate tonal range and compensating for the blue sensitivity of panchromatic film.


#8 Yellow


#8 Yellow

This medium yellow filter offers the most correct tonal range contrast to produce natural clouds against blue skies.


#9 Yellow


#9 Yellow

This medium yellow filter offers the most correct tonal range contrast to produce natural clouds against blue skies. Slightly heavier than #8 Yellow 2


#12 Yellow


#12 Yellow

“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.


#15 Deep Yellow


#15 Yellow

Enhances landscapes, marine scenes and aerial photography with more dramatic effects than Yellow 8. Deep yellow filter. Renders sky dramatically darker.



Green Color Contrast

#11 Green


#11 Green

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.


#13 Green


#13 Green

Slightly heavier strength than #11 Green 1, offers lightened foliage.


#56 Green


#56 Green

Slightly heavier strength than #13 Green 2


#58 Green


#58 Green

Dark green filter that produces very light foliage




Red Color Contrast

#23A Red


#23A Red

Light red filter producing contrast effects that darken sky and water, as in more dramatic architectural photography. Not recommended for flesh tones.


#25 Red


#25 Red

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.


#29 Red


#29 Red

Excellent copying filter for blueprints. Used in scientific photography. Use with polarizer for dramatic black and white effects




Orange Color Contrast

#16 Orange


#16 Orange

Deeper than Yellow 15 for more dramatic effects


#21 Orange


#21 Orange

Absorbs blue and blue greens. Renders blue tones darker as in marine scenes.




COLOR/LIGHT COMPENSATING



Provides correct color, removing harsh green cast caused by fluorescent bulbs. Use FL-D with daylight film and FL-B with tungsten film. Pleasing skin tones under fluorescent lighting without flash. True-to-life color rendition. Essential in any environment where ambient light source is fluorescent.


FL-D®

FL-B®

CC30M Magenta

These filters are used to make adjustments to the red, blue or green characteristics of light. Applications include correcting for color balance, light source variations, different reversal film batches, and other color effects. They are available in density variations of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, as well as Red, Blue, and Green filters. These filters can be combined to achieve more density. Screw-in sizes up to 82mm offer Magenta 30 only. Magenta filters balance the color of excess green cast and produce creative effects. Great for morning tint.




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