Filters for Summer photography ...

I mentioned the use of filters in an earlier blog entry.

For those of you that are unsure about whether you need them or not ... as well as the expense involved, I've added a couple of links to cheap versions of the filters that are fine for experimenting with.

The ones that I use aren't expensive either.  You can see the results on my website

Please make sure that they are the right size for your lens.  Have a look at the side of the top end of your lens and it will give you a measurement - Eg 55mm.  Select a 55mm filter to fit that lens.

55mm Circular Polariser from the UK - click here.

You will find a whole range of filters on this site.

One MUST HAVE filter is a skylight.  It's a clear piece of glass that protects your lens against scratches and possible cracks if something impacts against the lens.  You can find those on the link above too.

The sites above are just examples with images.  Please do a search on the Internet for yourself and see if you can find a cheaper deal.

Good luck.

Villayat 'Wolf' Sunkmanitu

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