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I recently took my Sony A7 III and a rented $2,500 Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS lens to the 2018 Montreal GP. A friend of mine had recommended that I use a polarizer. I remembered that I had a pack of 77mm Vivitar Series 1 filters that came with my 24-105mm, so I threw that onto the 100-400mm and started shooting, completely zoomed at 400mm.A photo shot with the cheap CPL filter.A photo sho
Earlier this year, PolarPro stepped up its filter game and brought its expertise to the world of DSLR and mirrorless cameras with its QuartzLine filters.As a follow-up to its latest filter lineup, PolarPro has launched a buyback program that will let you get a certain amount of credit towards a new filter if you return an old one - even if it's not theirs.Here's how it works. For any 37mm or 46mm
In a bid to clear up online speculation, surprise entrant to the full-frame cinema lens market Nisi has answered some questions about its relationship with brands marketing lenses very similar to its own recently-announced F3 series.NiSi F3 Cinema LensesThe company says that it owns the designs of its own lenses as it ‘took ownership’ of them from the ‘now dead’ Bokkeh Bokkelux project. Nisi also
Some filter effects can be replicated via Photoshop, such as a graduated neutral density filter used to darken the sky in an image. However, some physical filters cannot be replaced, including a polarizing filter and a solid neutral density filter. In the video below, David Bergman shows us the impact a neutral density filter has on your photography. With a neutral density filter, you can slow
Earlier this month, PolarPro released a new line of filters, QuartzLine. The QuartzLine filter line is PolarPro's first foray into professional photography and cinematography. The company has previously focused its efforts on filters for drones and action cameras. The new filters range in price from $59.99 to $249.99 depending on the size and style. The line comprises UV, ND, High Intensity
Last autumn, Phase One released the IQ3 100MP Trichromatic digital back for their XF camera system. The digital back incorporated a newly-designed 101-megapixel medium-format sensor which utilized new Bayer Filter color technology. This tech allows for a different method for separating red, green and blue light and Phase One claims that this leads to more authentic color reproduction. While the c
Australian photographer Andrew Marr is certainly spoiled for coastline. This time, he's exploring Burns Beach, which features nice waves and many rocks, which can act as a good foreground element. He's shooting at sunset, but he's not going to get a traditional sunset due to dense clouds along the horizon. However, he might get some nice clouds further up in the sky and some nice colo
Here’s a strange photography hack that may sound stupid and unbelievable… but it can actually work: if you have a filter that’s hopelessly stuck to the front of your camera lens, try lightly tapping it with your finger. The Koldunov Brothers show how it’s done in the 1-minute video above.When a filter is frozen to your lens, you may naturally think that more force is what&
Scientists at Australian research centre CSIRO have used graphene to create a simple filtration system that could change the lives of millions in the developing world by making the process of purifying water faster and more effective. Read more
Among graphene's long list of superpowers, filtering water may be one of the most directly beneficial. Now a team of Australian scientists has demonstrated how effective a specially-designed form of graphene can be at purifying water with a pretty challenging test: the filter made water from Sydney Harbour safe to drink in one step...Continue Reading Graphene filter makes even Sydney Harbour


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