Originally Posted by ChristopherCoy
I have a lot if friends who work with hot glass, mostly torch work.
They use didymium glasses so that they can "see" the flame. It's purple glass that cuts out the yellow/orange glare.
I know I can get didymium plates that could hold in front of my camera, but is there an actual didy filter that I can put in my hassleblad? How would such a filter reproduce on a B&W negative?
I'm wanting up photograph a friend while he works pretty soon.
is there a way to borrow their glasses or a spare pair
and just hold it infront of your camera ?
it might be easier ( and less expensive ! ) then buying
photo grade glass that might be a pspecial order ...
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