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Regular screw-on ND filters don’t work on the Canon 11-24mm lens, but Aurora Aperture created a unique set of rear-mount filters that sit behind the lens mount. I tested them out, but found a major problem!!Read More
I’ve written extensively in the past about screw-on and rectangular filters for camera lenses, but...Read More
Whenever I can, I try to work with my friends and partners in the industry to bring Shutter Muse...Read More
Sometimes the names and labels given to neutral density filters can be misleading and downright confusing. Why is a 4-stop filter called an ND16 and also an ND1.4? I’ll explain it all, and provide a handy reference table.Read More
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If you’re looking for a simple way to protect your photographic filters, the Filter Hive Mini and Filter Nest from MindShift Gear might just be the answer.Read More
Do you need a graduated neutral density filter? Landscape photographer Peyton Hale recently sold his Singh Ray graduated ND filters and he’s here to tell you why, and then explain the technique he’s using now to replace them.Read More