Tag Archives: filtration

Three sunsets in one


You don’t take a photo, you make it – Ansel Adams You don’t take a photo, you fake it – Paul Cowan I THINK my version is probably more apposite today. Everybody likes a good sunset, don’t they? Just as … Continue reading

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Digital Black and White


“DIGITAL for colour, film for black and white, digital simply can’t match the tonality of B&W”. So goes one claim I have read on the net and, on the face of it, it seems true: black and white conversions from … Continue reading

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Filters for digital


DIGITAL photography has consigned most of the contents of the photographer’s filter case to the dustbin. There’s not much point in today’s DSLR owner knowing what the purpose of an 81A or a Y2 is but there are three or … Continue reading

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