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Optical Filters You Still Need for Professional Digital Photographs

Yes, filters are still relevant. Here's why. Updated for Fall 2013.

ArticleLenses and Filters Gear Guides & Reviews - by Jason Schneider, August 8, 2013

Perhaps the single greatest thing about optical filters—those transparent, usually round, usually glass light modifiers that screw onto your lens—is that they allow you to add creative effects easily at the moment of exposure.

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TAGS: filter,  color,  soft focus,  polarizing,  optical 

How to create a toy camera look, digitally

Get the Holga/Diana look in digital cameras and your digital darkroom

ArticleDigital Darkroom, Post-Processing & Printing Techniques and How-Tos - by Joe Farace, May 7, 2007

The Holga camera was first made in Hong Kong in 1982 and uses 120 roll film because that was the most widely available film in China at the time. It’s name, disputed by some, purportedly comes from the Chinese phrase ho gwong meaning “very bright.”

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TAGS: camera,  soft focus,  holga,  toy,  snapshot aesthetic 

BUYING GUIDE: Filter FAQ

Frequently-asked questions about choosing and handling filters

ArticleLenses and Filters Gear Guides & Reviews - by Jason Schneider, January 19, 2006

We answer seven important questions about filters.

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TAGS: special effects,  polarizer,  soft focus,  graduated 

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