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    Being purely a shooter in black & white, I'd say yellow and orange.
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    There's always a medium yellow on my optics, I also use orange here and there.


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    Since I shoot b+w slides, my 3 stop ND Grad is used a lot to stop skies burning out.

    I also often use a yellow filter too for a little more ooommph...!

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    Number 3 contrast on my enlarger. Oh, and I keep a yellow filter on my OM-1, I only shoot b&w with it.
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    Heliopan Infrared 780 for Efke IR 820 Aura
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2F/2F View Post
    This looks great. I do the same too, since I shoot a lot in canyons. But I think mine is just an 85, with no A. I also use this filter with an 82B, which cools it by about 300K, and requires an added 1/3 stop over the 85 alone. Sometimes if there is a lot of sun streaming into the shot, the 85 alone makes it too warm for my taste.
    I compared two shots, both balanced to the same colour, exposure compensated for with the filter, same colour, but more vibrant on the 85A

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    The only filter I tend to use is Green.

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    I forgot to mention I use a yellow for B&W.

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    #87. With rollei IR or superpan.
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    1) The filter that improves the composition just before the photograph is taken.
    2) Polarizer
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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