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Rosco Photo Lighting Filter Kit (12 x 12")

Rosco Photo Lighting Filter Kit (12 x 12")

B&H # ROPLFK1212 MFR # 110110120001

Key Features

  • 20 Filter Selection
  • Color Correction and Effect Filters
$4995
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LEE Filters Quick Location Pack - 24 Sheets (10 x 12")

LEE Filters Quick Location Pack - 24 Sheets (10 x 12")

B&H # LEQL24 MFR # PACK-LTG-LOCATION

Key Features

  • 17 Different Gels
$3239
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LEE Filters Daylight to Tungsten Filter Lighting Pack, 12 Sheets (10 x 12")

B&H # LEDT12 MFR # PACK-LTG-DAY-TUNG

Key Features

  • 1/8 CTO: 6500 to 5500K x2
  • 1/4 CTO: 6500 to 4600K x2
  • 1/2 CTO: 6500 to 3800K x2
  • 3/4 CTO: 6500 to 3600K x2
$2500
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$695
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$695
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Rosco # 3202 Full Blue CTB Color Conversion Gel Filter (20 x 24" Sheet)

B&H # RO3202S MFR # RS320211

Key Features

  • Heat Resistant
  • Deep-Dyed
  • Excellent Color Transmission
$695
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$596
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Rosco Color Correction Filter Kit (12 x 12")

B&H # ROCCK12121 MFR # 110118120001

Key Features

  • 15 Color Correction Filters
$3995
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Rosco # 3204 1/2 Blue CTB Color Conversion Gel Filter (20 x 24" Sheet)

B&H # RO3204S MFR # RS320411

Key Features

  • Heat Resistant
  • Deep-Dyed
  • Excellent Color Transmission
$695
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$694
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LEE Filters Tungsten to Daylight Lighting Filter Pack - 12 Sheets (10 x 12")

B&H # LETD12 MFR # PACK-LTG-TUNG-DAY

Key Features

  • Converts Tungsten to Daylight (or Flash)
  • 12 CTB Filters (Blue)
  • Two Sheets of Each Color (6 Colors)
  • Creates a Sense of Cooling
$2500
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$12495
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Rosco # 3208 1/4 Blue CTB Color Conversion Gel Filter (20 x 24" Sheet)

B&H # RO3208S MFR # RS320811

Key Features

  • Heat Resistant
  • Deep-Dyed
  • Excellent Color Transmission
$695
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$6195
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Rosco Cinegel Swatchbook

B&H # ROSBCR MFR # 950SBCNG0103
$995
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$4050
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$596
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$596
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$695
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Roscolux Swatchbook

B&H # ROSBR MFR # 950SBLUX0103
$995
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Rosco Cinegel Sampler Filter Kit (12 x 12")

B&H # ROCFK1212 MFR # 110122120001

Key Features

  • 15 Gels
  • Diffusion, Color Correction, and Effects
$3988
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$11395
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$694
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Pro Gel Tungsten/Daylight Conversion Filter Pack 12 x 12" (30 x 30 cm)

B&H # PRPG12214 MFR # PG12-214

Key Features

  • Convert Tungsten to Daylight
$2295
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Rosco #3317 Tough 1/8 Plus Green Sheet (20 x 24")

B&H # RO3317S MFR # RS331711

Key Features

  • Pale Green Correction Filter
  • Neutralizes and Removes Magenta Cast
$648
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$688
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$694
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Rosco # 3216 1/8 Blue CTB Color Conversion Gel Filter (20 x 24" Sheet)

B&H # RO3216S MFR # RS321611

Key Features

  • Heat Resistant
  • Deep-Dyed
  • Excellent Color Transmission
$694
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$695
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$13860
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Understanding Color Correction Filters and Color Gels

Color correction filters are lighting tools used in photography, cinematography, and live performances. There are many color filters and gels available to choose from, as well as filter and gel accessories.


Why Use Color Correction Filters?

Use color correction filters to adjust the color, white balance, and light temperature, in addition to other lighting issues. These filters control the random mix of hues that appear naturally by absorbing unwanted tones and enhancing others. You can use colored film and photography gels to introduce color to movies and photos to set a mood or to create a unique look. Most filters feature thin plastic sheets, though others, like colored glass filters, consist of other materials.


Color Filters vs. Diffusers

While filters and diffusers both work to provide color correction and lighting alterations, there are differences in how they work. Diffusers scatter light particles to make the lighting appear softer, warmer, and more natural. Their ability to reduce the intensity and harsh shadows makes them popular choices for portraits. Umbrellas, softboxes, gels, and fabrics are typical examples of diffusers. Depending on your desired effect, you may use color filters and diffusers together to achieve the perfect end result.


Choosing Filters for Lights

It's a smart idea to consider different types of color effects filters and gels when you want to evoke a particular emotion or enhance the lighting temperature. For example, professionals may use dichroic filters to convert daylight temperatures or to produce more natural-looking effects. They often have better filtering capabilities than standard filters. Polarizing filters work well for taking photos in nature because they increase saturation and reduce glare. Other gel filters for lights create special effects such as stars and sparkles for invoking dream-like qualities to pictures and videos.


Add new dimensions to film and photos with color correction filters, gels, and accessories. Check out B&H Photo and Video for a large variety of options.

 

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