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roy2978

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Hi guys,

Need help again....wonder which kind of red filter is best for B&W indoor candid shot?
 

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Hi guys,

Need help again....wonder which kind of red filter is best for B&W indoor candid shot?
Why use red filter anyway? Indoors you are already fighting for light levels, so use no filters. You'll get a better shutter speed for those candid moments.

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oh so its fine to go w/o any filter lah.... wat if there happens to be any outdoor shoots,,,, then how?
 

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oh so its fine to go w/o any filter lah.... wat if there happens to be any outdoor shoots,,,, then how?
Technically you can shoot B&W outdoors without any filters. You use filters to enhance contrast/tonality, e.g. orange/red will darken the sky and foliage, yellow/green will slightly darken the sky and lighten foliage, etc.

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