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Should Filters Be Used For B&W Film?

Wed Mar 10, 2004 5:29 am

I just got a B&W film 100ISO project... should I: use any filters e.g. Polarizing or UV (haze) filter?

any help is appreciated.

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RE: Should Filters Be Used For B&W Film?

Wed Mar 10, 2004 5:57 am

In B&W photography, filters are a fantastic tool to manipulate your results. You can use different kinds of colours to blacken or whiten your subjects.
I suggest you do some reading on this, as it's too elaborate to describe here... There are plenty of great books out there. For some incredible B&W photography, search in google for the name "Ansel Adams" (perhaps you've heard about him).  Smile



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