5 Locations For Landscape Photography: And Which Filters To Use

5 Locations For Landscape Photography: And Which Filters To Use

Traveling is a universally appreciated experience, and those of us fortunate enough to be able to visit far-flung places have the ability to share a little bit of those landscapes through the art of photography. Landscape photography is an old and revered form of displaying the wonders of the natural world - from hundred-year-old black and white...
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The Versatile Cokin L Series filter Holder

The Versatile Cokin L Series filter Holder

Super wide got super popular, its just that simple.  About 20 years ago lens makers began cranking out better and wider zoom lenses. But the M series was just not large enough, causing vignetting issues with these lenses. The M series is only good for wide angle lenses down to about 25mm (on Full Frame cameras) before part of the filter holder b...
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How the B-17 Bomber gave us Cokin Filters

How the B-17 Bomber gave us Cokin Filters

In 1940 the US government commissioned the Columbia Resin Project to create glass-reinforced plastic fuel tanks instead of steel for the B-17 bomber. The goal of course was to reduce weight and ultimately increase the range the plane could fly during bombing missions. The result was CR39 Resin and interesting enough the name simply refers to the...
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Physical Camera Filters vs. Digital Filters

Physical Camera Filters vs. Digital Filters

Physical filters attach to the lens of the camera, and immediately affect the picture you take, while digital filters are added in post-production as you tweak your image in Lightroom or Photoshop. Each type has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, but which one is better overall?
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