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Thread: Filter stacking order

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    Default Filter stacking order

    Does the order I stack filters onto my lens matter?

    Eg: If I am using red filter and CPL.
    CPL -> red -> lens? or red -> CPL - > lens
    shouldn't make any difference right, since the light needs to pass through all...

    What are your preferences?
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    Default Re: Filter stacking order

    read this when i was reading singh ray and lee filters site when choosing my filters set...

    they said that CPL should be the one at the front line, i.e. far most from body... in order to get the max polarized effect...

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    Default Re: Filter stacking order

    Quote Originally Posted by jaRv1s View Post
    read this when i was reading singh ray and lee filters site when choosing my filters set...

    they said that CPL should be the one at the front line, i.e. far most from body... in order to get the max polarized effect...
    Thank you
    It is the camera, not the photographer.
    my flickr - adamloh.com

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