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How to Choosing, Using, and Caring DSLR Filters

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 16 - 2020
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How to Choosing, Using, and Caring DSLR Filters - Lens Filters Group

Using lens filters when you take a picture is much more satisfying than spending hours sitting in front of your computer trying to get the effect you want. You can of course still use your software to make image adjustments. So you’re using a filter on your lens, maybe to protect it from dust or finger smears or maybe for an effect that you want, what can you do to ensure that it does not degrade the quality of your expensive lens? Here are some pointers: Read the rest of this entry »

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