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joeyjoeyjoey
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Jan 21, 2010 21:58 as a reply to  @ post 9438002 |  #3601

ƒ/1.4

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Jan 21, 2010 23:18 as a reply to  @ joeyjoeyjoey's post |  #3602

I was curious about what type of filter people are using on theirs? I was thinking about purchasing the B+W UV Haze 010 MRC Coating F-Pro Glass Filter. Do anyone have any experience with this filter?


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Jan 22, 2010 00:31 |  #3603

debkimo wrote in post #9445057 (external link)
I was curious about what type of filter people are using on theirs? I was thinking about purchasing the B+W UV Haze 010 MRC Coating F-Pro Glass Filter. Do anyone have any experience with this filter?

This is what I put on all my lenses. Good quality and reasonably priced. Not sure if buying heliopans would make much difference.


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Jan 22, 2010 00:34 |  #3604

My first event, shooting my friend's daughter's 1st b-day party.

35 f/1.4L @1.4

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Jan 22, 2010 00:58 |  #3605

@Grimlock: Decided to have a bit of fun with my 365 project so I'm doing a little story. Clicking on the photo will take you to my Flickr stream which outlines what is currently happening.

Sweet. Photos look good, man. Keep it up.

I was thinking about purchasing the B+W UV Haze 010 MRC Coating F-Pro Glass Filter. Do anyone have any experience with this filter?

This is the same UV filter I use. It's great. I wouldn't bother using any other filter at this point.

I actually did some tests, because I read somewhere that UV filters will lower the quality of your images. So, I shot static objects in different lighting with and without the filter (out of curiosity). And to be honest, I didn't see any differences ... which is a good thing. I also happen to have a cheap Tiffen laying around, and shot the same images with it on, and I did notice a difference with the Tiffen. The colors didn't pop and the overall Tiffen shots were a bit washed out.

Anyhow, after all is said and done.. I am now a firm believer in buying quality filters. Especially ones that you will use 24x7, as you would a protective UV filter. It's definitely worth the money, in my opinion. And B+W is the top dog. With me, I just can't imagine paying 1200 bucks for a lens and degrading it with cheap filters. Never saw the logic in that.

In fear of getting flamed ... My opinion is based solely from my personal experiences. Others may argue different points, but I don't need to be convinced otherwise. :)

Hope that helps.


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Jan 22, 2010 00:59 |  #3606

Aaaand, good shot, sf_loft! Very cute expression.


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Jan 22, 2010 02:02 |  #3607

Grimlock wrote in post #9445437 (external link)
Sweet. Photos look good, man. Keep it up.

This is the same UV filter I use. It's great. I wouldn't bother using any other filter at this point.

I actually did some tests, because I read somewhere that UV filters will lower the quality of your images. So, I shot static objects in different lighting with and without the filter (out of curiosity). And to be honest, I didn't see any differences ... which is a good thing. I also happen to have a cheap Tiffen laying around, and shot the same images with it on, and I did notice a difference with the Tiffen. The colors didn't pop and the overall Tiffen shots were a bit washed out.

Anyhow, after all is said and done.. I am now a firm believer in buying quality filters. Especially ones that you will use 24x7, as you would a protective UV filter. It's definitely worth the money, in my opinion. And B+W is the top dog. With me, I just can't imagine paying 1200 bucks for a lens and degrading it with cheap filters. Never saw the logic in that.

In fear of getting flamed ... My opinion is based solely from my personal experiences. Others may argue different points, but I don't need to be convinced otherwise. :)

Hope that helps.

The response rate is amazing. Thank you guys for all your input. I shall be purchasing this filter. Thanks once again. I will upload some images as soon as my lens come in from B&H.


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Jan 22, 2010 07:09 |  #3608

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This is sick... what's your method of this photo?

Good question! Lot's of curve adjustments in PS but that sky was pretty much out of the camera just gave it a color boost.


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Jan 22, 2010 12:42 |  #3609

Some 35L fun...

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Jan 22, 2010 15:15 |  #3610

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Some 35L fun...

QUOTED IMAGE

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Heresy! If it just were dark ages...
Fun stuff :D


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Jan 22, 2010 16:09 as a reply to  @ palaima's post |  #3611

imtrashed wrote in post #9438990 (external link)
All of these are great shots. Very jealous of your landscapes... great subjects

palaima wrote in post #9441460 (external link)
I agree, last one is perfect in so many ways :D
New Zealand (thought it was canada) - one day....just wait for me :D


Thanks guys - I was only visiting myself with work - I'm back there in a few weeks so keep an eye out for some more of NZ


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Jan 22, 2010 22:33 |  #3612

ƒ/1.4

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Jan 23, 2010 21:30 |  #3613

airbutchie wrote in post #9448366 (external link)
Some 35L fun...

[IG]

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Pretty cool air !!


here is my work from tonights shoot with my senior representative

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Jan 23, 2010 21:58 |  #3614

"O"

I love how this lens turns the simple things, into artwork

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Jan 23, 2010 23:17 |  #3615

I see that the majority of people that have posted photos are using 5d II, how is this on the 7d? I know it would be closer to a 50mm? I have been looking for a lens that has this DOF, so should I look at the 24l instead?


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