Although many lens filters were pretty much eradicated by the advent of digital photography, there are two which still hold a lot of value that can't really be accurately replicated in Photoshop.
Here I am again this time to make a review to Haida Red-Diamond ND Filter, first, I will make a little introduction. From using polarisers to cut glare, to neutral density (ND) filters to manipulate shutter speed, filters are a staple piece of equipment i
Welcome to my test review of the Haida filter case for their M10 filter series or other branded filters of the same dimensions; either 100x100mm or 100x150mm.
With extreme wide-angle lenses on the market from all the major players now that don't accept screw-in filters, filter manufacturers have stepped up their offerings with larger filter holders and dedicated attachment rings. One such offering is Haida's M1
Auroras are best enjoyed, and photographed, in an area with as little light-pollution as possible... but unfortunately that is not always possible, maybe especially not on short notice.
I've been using Formatt Hitech filters for years - that's no secret. Haida reached and asked if I'd like to try out the Haida M10 Filter Holder System, so I did. And I’m impressed. Check out the video for my very thorough review, or read on for a detailed