5 edition of Two Hundred Filter and Lens Tips (Fountain Press) found in the catalog.
Two Hundred Filter and Lens Tips (Fountain Press)
by Morgan & Morgan, Inc.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
Cokin Filters do a great range from "A" for Amateur to "P" for Professionals (Bigger filters for bigger lenses). Grey Graduated (Grad) Filter What a grey grad will do is to just darken the upper, lower, left or right portion of your photograph, depending on which way you have the filter in its holder. Camera filters that made your pictures look surreal were popular toward the end of the conventional photography era. Consider using them for your DSLR film. They added everything from color casts and increased saturation to spectral stars and rainbows. The advent of digital photography brought about a decline in usage image correction and made effects [ ].
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Filters for Lenses Without Threads: Old lenses do have a certain charm and many quirks. This is often the case for older American made lenses like this Graflex Optar While the lens still works just like new, it does lack a feature that we now take for granted: a filter threa.
Lens filter tips & tricks for great photos. with one comment. Applying digital filters to photos, particularly photos taken using a phone, is extremely popular. And you're more likely to have image quality issues when stacking two filters (particularly if you opt for cheap polarizing filters). You'll also find that the darkening effect can. Shop a large selection of Fisherbrand™ Lens Paper products and learn more about Fisherbrand Lens Paper 6L x 8 in. W ( x cm); Sheets per book: Microscopes.
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Mastering Filters for Photography is a very detailed technical book for those who are more advanced in photography and want to explore filters far more indepth than simply when is an infrared filter used, what is a star filter or the benefits of a rather common circular polarizing or UV filter/5(25).
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Here’s a book that should take a lot of the angst out of digital photography – Complete Guide to Filters for Digital Photography. For the ‘ole film gang’ there used to be numerous books published that explained the use of camera filters.
With digital, as many are increasingly discovering, you have can create the effect [ ]. When it comes to a camera lens filter guide, look no further than this article. For digital cameras, you’re mainly dealing with UV, Polarizing, and Neutral Density filters. There are variations of these camera accessories, such as a graduated ND filter, but these are the key filter that you would want to use.
And there are plenty of cliched special effect camera filters, like infrared Author: Josh Dunlop. ND 6 stops filter + Circular Polarizer filter. f/11, ISObefore shot 1/5 sec., after shot 30 sec. Keep in mind that these filters are not to be confused with digital filters used to edit images in Lightroom or Photoshop, such as Nik Collection filters.
We can find lens filters in different shapes, sizes, and materials depending on their function and the result that we want to achieve. While point-and-shoot cameras can offer simplicity and compact size, one of the many benefits of upgrading to a DSLR or mirrorless camera is you can start experimenting with a wide range of lens filters.
Here are some short descriptions for some of the different kinds of camera lens filters available. This will just give you a basic idea of the uses for each lens filter type. If you ask most consumer-camera owners why they keep a filter on their lens, a majority will most likely reply, “For protection.” Although filters do, in fact, protect the surface of your lens against dust, moisture and the occasional thumb print, the primary function of lens filters is really to improve the image quality of the pictures you take—depending on the filter you’re using.
Types of Lens Filters. Lens filters come in different shapes and forms, as shown below. The most popular lens filters are circular, screw-on filters. Those mount directly onto the filter thread in front of a lens. They come in different sizes, depending on the lens filter thread.
Filter wrench: Sometimes filters and adaptor rings can get stuck in the lens thread and a filter wrench will allow you to easily and safely remove them from your lenses. Filter pouch: This allows you to have all your filters ready in one place. Filter pouches are available for round and square/rectangular filters.
1. Run tests and compare pictures side-by-sides (tripod, different lighting and different FD). If the problem is caused by the filter, you will definitively see IQ degrading on some pictures. A simple test to make sure it is really UV filter - check it against some UV source you can find.
If the filter is OK, check your focus and servo settings. The first two are called Lens Filters, while the third are called Camera Filters.
A lens filter can be fixed before or after the lens: In this guide we’ll only cover lens filters. Depending on physical characteristics and limitations, you can add more than one filter.
The process of adding more than one filter on a lens is called filter. Once you know the filter size(s) and the series of filters/holders you will need, selecting the right adapter is easy. Let’s say you’ve decided on the L series and your lens has a 82mm filter thread.
Just select the L Series 82mm filter adapter ring. Note- If you have a lens that uses filter sizes smaller than 49mm you will need to purchase. Lens filters are transparent or translucent glass or gelatin elements that attach to the front of a lens.
They protect the camera lens, alter the characteristics of light passing through the lens or add special effects and colors to an image. Lens Flare Filter. Grab some fishing line and cut it into short lengths, then tape them across your lens in a cross pattern or however you please.
The sunlight will reflect off the line and add some flare to your images. Fake Tilt-Shift Filter. With translucent plastic, you can make your own tilt-shift filter.
A filter works by being attached to the front of a lens, and there are a few ways you can go about by doing that.
Most commonly, filters are screwed onto the lens. By just placing the filter on the front of the lens and twisting, it should become attached. However, there are other ways in which filters are made as well. One technique photographers use is filter “stacking.” If you have more than one ND filter, you may combine the two (or more filters) to get more ND stops for different photographic needs.
The stacking math is easy: If you combine a 6-stop ND filter and a stop ND filter, you now have a stop ND filter. There are basically two ways to share filters between lenses with different thread sizes.
You can buy screw on filters that fit the larger lens and use a step up ring to attach those filters to the smaller lens.
You can use a system of filter holders that use adapter rings to attach to lenses with various filter. The first lens creates the image and the second one makes it bigger. You connect the lenses using a coupling ring and step-up rings if needed.
The enlargement ratio can be calculated by dividing the focal lengths of the two lenses. For example, using a mm lens reversed on a 50mm lens will produce X6 magnification. DVD Lenses. I have the D So far only the kit lens and 35mm, but in the future I will be expanding to wide zoom and possibly macro.
May get the first though since it is good value. Oh, and saving for the D7k. I bought some filters from a friend for a good price (along with decent tripod), but they are a variety of sizes.
Filters, glass disks that you can screw onto your digital camera’s lens, can change the look and feel of your digital photos. You can use filters to get unique image results: 1 Warm up your photos. Tips on Different Filters for Photographers I highly recommend getting a protective filter for your lens.
This filter protects you from all sorts of dust, dirt, fingerprints, and moisture.UV filters are nice to have because they offer an added layer of protection for your lens glass. Let's face it - lenses aren't exactly cheap, so having a UV filter on your lens to take any lumps that might come its way is a pretty good idea.
Kodak Wratten gelatin ND filters (now distributed by Tiffen, ) come in strengths from toeach of density reducing the light transmitted by 1/3 stop (so an ND filter reduces the light by one stop, a ND filter by two stops, etc.). Other manufacturers offer glass or plastic ND filters, but in fewer strengths.