pcjack wrote in post #18529228
I have used a Tiffen enhancing filter a lot over the last few years for sunrises and sunsets with a Nikon film camera and it is fantastic.I believe that I will be able to use it with a digital camera ( Nikon ) in the manual mode,which I have not tried YET.As far as I know you can't use it in the auto mode.Does anyone have any input on this,THANKS
I see no reason why it wouldn't work in Auto modes on a Digital SLR camera. The filter will darken the image by about 1 stop, but there is no need for exposure compensation.
Q: What is an enhancing filter?
A: The exclusive Tiffen Enhancing filter makes reds, oranges, and rust browns “pop” with minimal effect on other colors. It would be a great choice for shooting fall foliage, especially when used in combination with a Tiffen Circular Polarizer. The exclusive Tiffen Enhancing filter has a filter factor of 1, meaning that you open up one f/stop from the indicated reading when using a separate handheld exposure meter. Through-lens metering systems adjust automatically to compensate for the exposure.