lesson 4, uv filter

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  • #18486
    Kaeli
    Participant

    I shot this in the backyard using a uv filter

    [attachment=1:18xtavcm]uv filter.jpg[/attachment:18xtavcm]

    and this using the uv & adding a warming filter in photoshop

    [attachment=0:18xtavcm]uv & warming.jpg[/attachment:18xtavcm]

    #20651
    Duncan Rawlinson
    Keymaster

    It’s almost impossible to critique this particular assignment.

    In fact this assignment’s main goal is really to just get you to play with filters and learn about them.

    UV filters are great for a few things among for one thing they’re cheap so many people use them to protect the glass on their lens.

    They’re also good at reducing haze because they clean out the UV light in your images.

    Now, as I said this assignment is no fun to critique and there isn’t much to say given that you’ve used the filter and and you’ve therefore done the assignment.

    Now I’ve seen you’ve submitted another assignment so I will go look at that now.

    #20652
    Kaeli
    Participant

    I wanted to complete the assignment and move on to the next as I already had UV filters on my camera, however I have ordered a polarizing filter it just hasn’t arrived yet! I took a few shots without the uv filter and I did notice the difference in the shots.

    #20653
    Duncan Rawlinson
    Keymaster

    UV filters don’t make that much difference honestly.

    They are really good at being cheap and protecting your lens though!

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