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Old 03-11-2008, 11:11 AM
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Polarizer is a must have...there are some that have a duo set up with the warming added , but just a matter of preference and expense I guess - I use 'em seperate... but I find I use the polarizer mostly and since going digital I set the camera warmer if needed or you can make the adjustment later on in Literoom or photoshop etc...
If you still shoot old school b+w it's good to have different contrast filters (again ,can be simulated in digital)but with film its handy to have a system like Cokin where you put a mount on your lens and can change out squares of different contrast filters...they also have other types of effect filters as well but are not glass based as Hoya or Tiffen...
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