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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by spree86 View Post
    When doing long exposures better take out the filter if you don't need it, an extra piece of glass will usually lead to flairs or ghosting. Can try again next time
    Long exposure must remove UV filter ar one ar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsz

    Long exposure must remove UV filter ar one ar?
    Basically u remove the filter in low light or night shoots; whether it's long or short exposure

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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88 View Post
    Basically u remove the filter in low light or night shoots; whether it's long or short exposure
    Oh..... thanks donut...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsz View Post
    Long exposure must remove UV filter ar one ar?
    Typically, regardless long exposure or short exposure, when against a bright light source (e.g. Sun, Lampost at night, Bright Light Bulbs in Pasar Malam etc), it would be recommended to take the filter off and/or use a lens hood.
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    Typically, regardless long exposure or short exposure, when against a bright light source (e.g. Sun, Lampost at night, Bright Light Bulbs in Pasar Malam etc), it would be recommended to take the filter off and/or use a lens hood.

    Orh... i will take note of this.

    Btw, saw the outing picture. Very nice .. and many interesting pictures as well.
    Saw alot of you in the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsz View Post
    Orh... i will take note of this.

    Btw, saw the outing picture. Very nice .. and many interesting pictures as well.
    Saw alot of you in the picture.
    UWA lenses are quite prone to flares and ghostings..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsz View Post
    Long exposure must remove UV filter ar one ar?
    Actually I prefer to shoot without a filter in all situations, I will leave the protection of the lens to the lens hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tehcbing View Post
    UWA lenses are quite prone to flares and ghostings..
    I like my 10-22 (w/o filter) quite hard to get ghosts even when shooting with the sun in the frame or straight at the sun
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsz View Post
    Long exposure must remove UV filter ar one ar?
    i dont use filter at all =x

    m using lens hood only
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya

    Shoot without uv filter!!! use cpl etc when needed. Uv filter extra only. Lol
    What's cpl? I use my ray-ban sunglasses and superglue it on my lens can? I no money buy cpl.

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    What's cpl? I use my ray-ban sunglasses and superglue it on my lens can? I no money buy cpl.
    circular polarizing filter. Check out the filters stickies. Very good explanation.
    It's not that expensive though. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk View Post
    circular polarizing filter. Check out the filters stickies. Very good explanation.
    It's not that expensive though. =)
    If $200 for a CPL filter is not that expensive, I think most filters are cheap to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk View Post
    circular polarizing filter. Check out the filters stickies. Very good explanation.
    It's not that expensive though. =)
    Can't you see? She's trying show off..

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    Quote Originally Posted by crystal1993

    What's cpl? I use my ray-ban sunglasses and superglue it on my lens can? I no money buy cpl.
    Sell your raybans. You can buy b+w cpl Liao.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicorn View Post
    Can't you see? She's trying show off..
    It only goes to show that if one (like me), knows nuts about the thing (in this case: ray-ban), it's worthless
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    Quote Originally Posted by crystal1993 View Post
    What's cpl? I use my ray-ban sunglasses and superglue it on my lens can? I no money buy cpl.
    I also don't know what is a CPL but I use an Oakley

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    Ask you all, is it true that nowadays, because of technology, there isn't a need to buy expensive filters like B+W because low end ones can archieve just as good results as B+@
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsz View Post
    Ask you all, is it true that nowadays, because of technology, there isn't a need to buy expensive filters like B+W because low end ones can archieve just as good results as B+@
    Not really true, you have to account for workmanship and materials used. For example a tianya ND filter will produce a horrible magenta cast compared to a lee which has very slight colour cast which is easier to PP away.

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