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Watch: Adapting to landscapes with Lee Filters

Apr 26, 2024

Photographer Jordan Banks takes viewers on location as he captures an atmospheric landscape.

In this video, Lee Filters ambassador Jordan Banks ventures into Snowdonia National Park in Wales. Faced with less-than-ideal weather conditions, he adapts his plans and still achieves stunning results with a landscape photo that incorporates the waterfall at Llyn Ogwen. Working with the Lee100 filter system, Banks infuses the shot with atmosphere, motion and depth through the use of a Little Stopper to cut 6 stops of light and enable the use of a longer shutter speed, and a 0.9ND grad filter to balance the foreground with the background and sky.


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