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Polarizing and Neutral Density Filters: Essentials for Landscape Photography

Shooting landscape photography? Polarizing and Neutral Density Filters are a must to have in your arsenal. Here's why.


How to use your Circular Polarized Filter

This photograph demonstrates the effect that lens filters can have on a photograph in order to achieve the photographers desired effect- which would build the atmosphere and tone of the photograph and change the meaning of the photograph.


When NOT to use a Polarizing Filter

Find out why I went from hating the Sony to falling in love with it in my Sony Review. If you're a landscape shooter you need to read this review.


Diy camera filters. Trace your lens (or an existing filter) onto thin cardboard. For every filter you want to make cut 2 cardboard circles. Cut the same size holes in the middle of the circles so you have 2 rings of cardboard and place the filter you want in between.(I used cellophane for the yellow, red and green filters and an old 3d glasses lens for the polarized filter.) Glue the 2 rings together and voila!! Attach them to your camera and you're done. You can fasten them to your lens…


Tiffen 67mm Circular Polarizing Filter. Makes a Blue Sky Bluer, Enhances Clouds, Eliminates Reflections

Seven Must Have Accessories To Improve Your Photography. 1) Best set of lenses/ Stabilized lens. 2) Tripod 3) External flash unit. 4)Reflector 5) Gray card 6) Polarizing filter 7) Flash Gels.