Kinda new to photography but not...

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    Blyack.Hype TPF Noob!

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    i was cleaning up a while ago and i pulled out my old photography camera from high school photography and looked at some of the snaps i took..(horrible) but i passed.. lol and for some reason it pulled me back into photography again..i didn't want to use the OLD Minolta X-370 so i went on the handy dandy craigslist and was browsing through and see and couple camera (Nikon) and i did a little research on them and decided to go with the N75 since im still learning..i got pretty use to the camera now with all it functions...im still a beginner so i didnt wanna go for a high end camera YET..so now im looking for some filters..which ones should i go for...u can kinda call me a Urban photographer...so far all i know are UV HAZE...+3...NDensity..
     
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    A polarizing filter is the single most important filter in anyone's gadget bag. Look for a good multi-coated filter, Tiffen, Hoya, or B+W.
     
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    i heard alot about that polarizing what does it do
     
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    brings out more vivid and natural colors outdoors
     
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    Also helps with reflecting surfaces.
     

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