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  1. Blyack.Hype

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    Between these filters which one(s) should i go for?

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    • UV Haze
    • +3 Close Up
    • R2 (red)
    • Diffusion
     
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    I'm leaning more towards the UV haze and +3...
     
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    what are you shooting>?

    a cpol is also a nice one to have in your bag.
     
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    Nikon N75 with a AF Nikkor 28-80

     
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    sry...i meant what subject are you shooting?
     
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    i shot more towards random things like chain link fences anything that catches my eye

     
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    k.

    i was suggesting a cpol to pop the sky, and reduce glare and reflection.

    just out of curiosity...how did you narrow your selection down to those 4?
     
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    looking on CL and seen them up there

     
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    Do you make monochrome pictures, color pictures or both ?

    Probably the UV Haze and the +3 as you already say.
    Maybe a red filter (or similarly yellow/orange) if you are doing
    b+w. All 4 can be useful. A polarizer + a red could be worthwhile
    for mono streetphotography, in the sunshine.
     
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    ooh ok...i'll try that out
     

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