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    I agree on yellow, orange and red.

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    I wear a police gear belt which keeps my meter and my most used filtration immediately available. The filters are strong yellow, red, orange, 10 stop nd, 2- 6 stop nd, 4 stop nd, 2 stop nd, 1 stop nd...resin filters are 2 stop nd gradient, 4 stop nd gradient, strong red gradient, strong yellow gradient and strong orange gradient. I use them all....Evan Clarke

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    I have recently bought red, orange and yellow filters for landscape work.

    What filter is recommended for female portraiture?

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    Yellow is good for smoothing out skin blemishes – ideal for female portraiture

    You could even go as far as orange – but you would have to play with lipstick & make up colours to avoid an unintentional very washed out look

    Green or Blue eventuates skin irregularities – gives that rugged “male” look

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    I have a polorizer and several ND filters. I was thinking either an orange or red and was leaning toward the orange. It seems that orange is better for the "first" colored filter. I can start playing with it and go from there.
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    Which ones are the most useful for achieving what end?
    2F/2F

    "Truth and love are my law and worship. Form and conscience are my manifestation and guide. Nature and peace are my shelter and companions. Order is my attitude. Beauty and perfection are my attack."

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnywalker View Post
    Yellow-green for me. Then orange, sometimes red, green, polarizer and yellow (the latter especially with snow pics).
    Johnny, as one Canadian to another, tell me more about yellow filters and snow (not yellow snow - I know enough not to eat it). I can't seem to get snow right, especially on overcast days.
    "The beauty and profundity of God is more real than any mere calculation"

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    Good question Don!
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    I use the yellow, orange and than red.

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    Usually a #8 yellow, maybe a #12 yellow, occasionally a "light" red (B&W equivalent of a 23A as opposed to #25), maybe a light yellow-green (#11 equivalent). Polarizer alone or in combination with the others depending on the situation. I keep a 3-stop ND filter in my kit for the occasional time when I want to drag the exposure a bit. Would like a heavier ND, say 10 stops, for really dragging water or giving water some softer effect in broad daylight. I've found my taste in sky filtration to have lightened a bit over time. I think the haze of distance is a good thing in many instances.

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