Why I never bought a ND Grad filter


Photo by BlueJeff
Earlier this month I have described the Neutral Density Filters as being a must have tool for any landscape photographer, and I was not surprised at all when I got comments that if Neutral Density Filters are important for landscape photography Graduated ND filters should be even more important.
So why didn’t I ever invested in one ?

Why are white lenses … white ?


Photo by seekyu
God knows how many times I’ve read this question in photography equipment forums “Why are most Canon L lenses white?” or “Can’t Canon give me a black L lens?” etc…

Well first of all there are quite few Canon L lenses that are black and second Canon is not the only manufacturer that “offers” white lenses. Lenses are white for a reason.

Why Lenses are white?

Neutral Density Filters: What are they & when to use them ?


Photo by tico_bassie
A few days ago I was shooting when someone passing by stopped to ask me “what are all these pieces of glass you put in front of the lens?” ” ((“This is a translated version of the question” ))” so this got me thinking that maybe some of adidap’s readers are not familiar with filters either! So today I will be writing about Neutral Density Filters, aka ND Filters, not to be confused with Graduated Neutral Density filters, or ND Grad filters ” ((“I will write about those later”))”.

Exposed: The memory card and ISO affair

Micheal wrote:
Hello,

I hope you can help me I am wondering about the relation between ISO and file size… I have noticed that when I set my camera to a higher ISO I can fit less pictures on it can you explain why ?

Good question Micheal, I will do my best to explain it and I am sure that others will also include their thoughts and input here so you should get a pretty complete answer.

Since you have noticed that higher ISO will generally give you larger files, I think that you might have also observed that a picture file size will vary even at a fixed ISO.

15 unique stairs pictures

Stairs come in all sizes and shapes and can be found everywhere, they always make great photography subjects.
Their patterns offer unlimited photography potentials and they can be shot from virtually any angle, from the old lost forest stair to the modern urban one they are enough to fit any taste.

Here is a collection of wonderful stairs pictures that, I am sure, will inspire you next time you take your camera on a walk.

Looking up

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