Episode 38: Today’s Tidbit Tuesday is a slightly condensed replay of Episode 2, which was all about landscape photography filters. I explain the four different types of filters most commonly used in outdoor photography, the three that I think are the ones worth having, how and when to use them, what to look for when choosing a filter, and I answer two listener questions. So if you are considering whether or not to add filters to your photography kit, or whether it’s time to upgrade what you have, this episode is for you. Enjoy!
Petapixel article debunking the use of UV filters on modern cameras
Steve Perry’s video testing protective qualities of UV filters
OPS Article on Aperture and F-stops Explained
OPS PhotoPills Friday Video Series
Color cast comparison between Breakthrough Photography filters and other brands
Breakthrough Photography Filters
Deep Sky Astrophotography Filters Explained
Hoya Starscape Light Pollution Filter
Lonely Speck Pure Night Filter
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