Hitech ND Pro 10 Stop Review

As I mentioned in an earlier post, Hitech (Format Filters) were kind enough to send me their brand spanking new 10 stop filter to write review on. As I am a major camera gadget geek, I was very excited to be able to play with this. This is a big step up from my welding glass I had used previously. (Welding glass is a very cheap alternative). The above image is a panoramic made up of 5×86 second exposures using the Hitech Pro ND 10 stop, which equals a 7 min panoramic. For the full review and sample images click …

Hitech ND Grad Review

If you are serious about landscape photography you will soon find the need to buy yourself some ND grads. Now there is alot of options out there ranging from the cheap Cokin to the expensive Lee filters, I stumbled across Hitech filters which were the perfect option not to expensive and didn’t give off to much of a colour cast! Probably the most important thing to me was the price these filters will set you back about £30 each in the 100mm versions or the 85mm £30 for the set. The difference is that the 100mm will not give you …

Hitech Reverse ND Grad Review

Due to the success and feedback I have received on the review of the Hitech ND Grad’s, The lovely people at Hitech have sent me a Reverse Grad 0.9 to play with. I think its only fair I write a review on this, as I know a lot of you will be considering if its worth buying one or not? Read the full review and some general info on reverse grads after the jump.