Between mercury vapor, sodium, Low CRI streetlights, there are many undesirable wavelengths of light that pollute the night sky. The glow from these can keep your camera from seeing the sky properly and effect your night images. Because of this, NiSi has created the Natural Night Filter to block the most common wavelengths of light pollution.
What is a light pollution filter?
A light pollution filter is an optical filter designed to reduce the visibility of artificial light sources in the night sky. They are often used in street photography to block light or in astrophotography to improve the contrast between astronomical objects and the night sky. For additional information on everything you see in our shop, contact us today and see why we provide only the best in the industry.
What is the best filter for astrophotography?
There is no definitive answer to this question, as different astrophotographers may have different preferences for filters depending on the photos they are trying to capture. However, some general tips for choosing a filter for astrophotography include considering the wavelength of light you want to capture and the size of the objects you are trying to photograph. For example, if you are interested in street photography and need to block out the disturbances of street lights, you'll find the perfect solution in our range. Using a light pollution filter gives you the clarity you're looking for.
How does a natural night filter work?
By blocking the light wavelengths produced by artificial light sources like streetlights, natural light filters allow for clearer and superior photography. If your hobby or profession requires nighttime photography, there’s simply no better way to filter unwanted light than with our range of high-quality natural light filters.