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Contrast, sharpness, brightness, and color balance are some of the most important characteristics of any photograph. The lens filters always enhance the important characteristics of the images by color correction or improving contrast or image brightness.
Now that we have seen the most common forms of lens filters, let us take a detailed look at the filters that are popularly used to enhance image characteristics. Photographs taken in broad daylight usually contain reflected sunlight spread over the focus areas of the image. Any photograph is made up of multiple colors, and not all of them are enhanced when you click the picture. Though filters add the necessary effects and enhance your photos, they can even damage your image. Most of the time the haze was annoying for photography, but when the light was right it made a nice effect. This crew, in the sandcastle contest, built a sinking ship, then soaked it with lighter fluid to set it on fire. If you wish to enhance of these aspects, you can do it right away while clicking photographs, instead of working on them later on. These filters come in different forms―screw-on, square and rectangular, drop-ins, series, gel, bayonet mounts, multi-coating, etc. If you have bright spots in your photograph, you can align the dark part of the lens with it.
However, the gray-tone is throughout the lens, which absorbs calibrated degrees of light passing through the lens.

You can adjust white balance of the camera to strike a balance with the light source and the scenic color scheme. These images retain the sharp edges, but blur the rest of the image to create a soft focus point. The overall image contrast can reduce, or lens flare can be caused by light reflecting from the filter. Polarizing filters are used to darken light skies, and reduce reflections from water or glass surfaces. These filters are used when there is a need to balance out contrast between the focal points and shadows. Each of these filters block certain wavelengths of light which, in turn, increases the monochrome color scheme of the image. Color balancing filters will instill changes in the light source, so as to get brightly colored images.
Images taken by using these filters, can be reworked for correcting imperfect skin conditions. Screw-on filters fit in the threads of the lens barrel, while rectangular filters slip into the filter holder that is placed on the lens' adapter ring. To avoid this, you need to mount a UV filter that absorbs the ultraviolet light without adversely affecting the light. A hard-edge graduated neutral density filter is used in situations where there is a high contrast ratio, like a landscape photo with bright sky. The red filter will block red light, while enhancing blue color, thus, giving the photograph a more deep and dark color.
These lenses are generally used for macro photography, where it is necessary to capture the object up close.

These filters provide wider f-stops which slows down the shutter speed, thus, creating a foggy look to waterfall photographs. The green filter will lighten the green foliage in the photograph, and make it the main focal point by darkening the sky. These transparent or clear type filters protect the lenses from scratch, dirt, water particles, etc.
The right angle between your thumb and forefinger (the rule of thumb) is needed to get the desired effect.
You can stack more than one ND lens filter, but try not to overdo it because this may cause vignetting of the image.
The maximum effect of the polarization will be seen in the direction where your thumb points.
Reverse GND filters have transition of dark to clear from the bottom to the top of the filter. However, the flip side of using this filter is the unnatural dark effect that the filter adds to the photograph.
So, in situations where you have to shoot the sun and its horizon, the contrast of the image is balanced out by using this filter type.

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