Correct Neutral Density Filter Color Casts – Photo Question of the Week

Neutral Density (ND) Filters often have strong color casts. What are the most effective ways of correcting them? Find out in this week’s question.

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2 replies
  1. Chona
    Chona says:

    Hi Joshua I recently bought a Nikon COOLPIX 500 for my upcoming cruise to Asia. Can you give me a beginner tips to photograph a pagoda or shrine . Thanks

    • Josh Cripps
      Josh Cripps says:

      Hi Chona,

      The best advice I can give you always is to fill the frame with what you like. Figure out what’s most interesting to you about a scene and then fill the frame with that. And in general your photos are almost always more interesting and engaging if you get closer to your subjects rather than zooming in on them. Hope that helps and have fun!



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