Reliable and well-made sepia tone filter for my 67mm lens? Where?!!

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Reliable and well-made sepia tone filter for my 67mm lens? Where?!!
6 months ago

Hi,

I always wear sepia tone sunglasses when I go out and the world looks just awesome but I can't replicate what I see through my sunglasses in my images. I had previously tried just increasing the white balance temperature but the results are so artificial and awful. That's pretty much my story of how I realized why professionals use filters.

I want to get into using filters and learning them but I'm having a hard time finding quality filters that I can buy online. I hate Tiffen so I'm not going there but don't companies like B+W make 67mm sepia toned filters?

If you could help me find quality filters that gives a warm look to the image without haze or other artifacts, I would appreciate it greatly.

Thanks!

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