there are many filters u can usedotti said:Other than the UV filter...which filter would you recommend?
oh and do all filters come in 72mm? :dunno:
*edit* oh i'm using a digital camera la..just in case it matters..heh.. :sweat:
ooo..ok...i though filters are used for fun... :sweat:deepblue2 said:there are many filters u can use
- polariser filters to cut off glare from water and other shiny surfaces
- neutral density filters to block a certain amount of light so that you can slow down the shutter speed or increase the aperture
- skylight filter to give warmer colours
- etc etc etc...
best is to figure out what you want to do then try and find a suitable filter. or learn from the experts (that's what I usually do).
filters come in various diameters depending on your barrel thread (52mm, 58mm, 67mm etc).
deepblue2 said:well.. filters can be used to get different effects. so in essence in can be fun. but serious photographers use filters to get certain results.
take a look at the prices of the filters and you will realise it isn't really 'fun'..
that's a little out of my league. maybe you would want to read up on the different types of filters first and see what you would need to start off.benedium said:paiseh... can i butt in and ask a question?
I'm thinking of getting some filters also, for my D70 with kit lens and a sigma 70-300 APOsupermacroII.
Would like some recommendations on which ones, where to get and at what price? Circular polarizer, graduating ND and something for infrared effect.