markc said:Seeing a lot of "hope you don't mind"s on the board. I hate to be a stickler, but the rules are to ask first.
Good idea, Matt. With digital, you don't need a red filter because you can adjust color conversion in s/w, but I don't think it would be a bad idea to just leave it on, either. If you are shooting film, I think a yellow or red filter is a good idea, anyway. If you find the red too annoying to look through, try yellow.Digital Matt said:You can carry a red filter along with you (or any colored filter for that matter), which you can use to view the scene as a monotone scene. You don't have to attach to your lens. You can just hold it to your eye and look through it. You'll see all red (or whatever color your filter is), which obviouly is not black and white, but effectively removes effect of color from the scene.