Filter System Or Circular Thread Filter For Landscape

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Chris666666 Regular Member • Posts: 172
Re: Filter System Or Circular Thread Filter For Landscape

Doux Vide wrote:

Chris666666 wrote:

I agree that variable NDs are to be avoided. The problem with circular filters is that you can't use ND grads and these can be some of the most useful for landscapes and seascapes. You will need a rectangular system for these.

ND grads were useful in the film-era... Pretty useless nowadays as long as you know how to use a digital camera and some minimal PP...

Well there seem to be 2 types of photography these days

- Some of us still go out with a camera and try to take a photograph which is as good as our skills and equipment allow us to take.

- Others go out and take a photograph, load it onto a PC and then modify it to show what they would like the photograph to look like.

I would suggest that to be successful in the former you need photography skills, whereas in the latter you need PC skills.

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