Filters can be very useful in nature photography, especially for landscapes. They can do all kinds of things, like get rid of unwanted reflections, saturate or darken the sky, and help you get a longer shutter speed to show motion.
But, when you’re using filters on wide-angle lenses (anything at 40mm or less), there’s one thing you need to watch out for: vignetting (like in the photo above). This usually only happens at very wide angles and if you’re using more than one filter.
So, how do you avoid this problem? Your first thought might be to avoid those wider angles when using filters, but don’t let filters limit your creative freedom! Luckily, there are a few good solutions to this problem: [Read more…] about How To Use Filters On Wide-Angle Lenses