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    I'm assuming you mean camera filter for black and white film. What filter you use depends on your subject. So your question as asked is unanswerable. People who do landscapes will say something entirely different from people who do figure studies.
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    I'll agree with Gerald, otherwise a generic #4 white coffee filter, second is the 3M hepa type air filter on the darkroom fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald C Koch View Post
    I'm assuming you mean camera filter. What filter you use depends on your subject. So your question as asked is unanswerable. People who do landscapes will say something entirely different from people who do figure studies.
    seems answerable to the others who have answered the question
    the question is personal ...
    what is your favorite filter ... for "whatever" ... landscapes, nudes, portraits underwater fish photos ...

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