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| p.1 #1 · Neutral Density Filter Question |
I'm looking to experiment with some longer exposure photography and I know a ND filter will help with that cause. However, I have three things I'm not sure about:
1) If I'm looking to buy one filter, how many stops should it reduce in shutter speed to be an ideal "go to" ND filter? I've read people say that 3 stops is that universal number and then I've seen some people swear by the Lee Big Stopper filter which gives a 10 stop reduction.
I primarily shoot landscapes and nature, what do you think is the right answer for me?
2) Is there any reduction in IQ if you buy a good (B&W) screw on filter vs. something like the Lee Big Stopper?
2) If I were to go with a B&W screw on filter I've seen single coated and multi-coated ones. Is there an impact to IQ from single coated to multi-coated and is it substantial or negligible?
Thanks for reading !