Learn All About Lens Filters and What They Do With Our New Guide

If lens filters have been an enigma to you, our new guide will help you understand more about them and what they can do for you and your photography.

If there is one photography accessory that causes confusion, its lens filters. It’s easy to see why these simple tools can seem complicated to those who are new to photography. To start off with, there are many different types of filters that all do specialized jobs, and there are different styles of the same filter types too (square Vs. round filters, for example). We are always asked about lens filters, what type of filter does, and how they can improve images, so we have put together a new, easy to read lens filter guide to help you all navigate the lens filter market. Join us after the break for all the details.

Our new, comprehensive lens filter guide is exactly what you need if you want to learn all about lens filters and what they can do to help you improve your photography. You might not think it, but lens filters can make your images magnitudes better, and they can help save your precious time when it comes to editing, and let’s face it, we all want to be out spending our time producing and not manipulating images during post.

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We take a look at the Lensbaby Omni creative filters in our new guide

The lens guide breaks down all of the different types of filters from UV filters to warming filters, creative filters to ND filters, and graduated filters to polarizers. Each type of filter is discussed in an easy to understand manner, and we give hints and tips on how to use the filters to help you create images that you will be proud of.

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After reading our new guide about lens filters, you’ll find that there is nothing to be afraid of when it comes to these simple, yet powerful accessories. Whether you want to learn about ND filters like the Haida Haida Red-Diamond 10 Stop ND 100x100mm Filter, the Lensbaby Omni creative filters, or circular polarizers like the Breakthrough X4, head on over to the guide, have a read and soak it all in. Once you’re done, bookmark the guide so that you can reference it in the future. Before you know it, you will be able to up your photography game, and you will be able to create images in-camera that will make jaws drop.