Kirk Norbury discusses the changing role of filters in landscape photography and asks, have they become a thing of the past?
As any landscape photographer will know, filters play a major part in our image-making process and have done so for a very long time. They help us control shutter speed, light, reflections and change the creative mood of the scene. I have been using an array of filters ever since I first began my journey in landscape photography some five years ago. I primarily use ND graduated filters to balance the exposure. I also use a circular polarizing filter for cutting down glare, reflections and to add contrast to the sky. These tools have been crucial in my photography over the years, enabling me to capture the image that I have envisioned in my head. However, I have found that …
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