Using filters with monochrome film

Using filters with monochrome film

If you have been giving monochrome (aka black and white) film photography a go, you will have realised that film doesn’t quite see things the way your eye does. With modern, panchromatic film stocks that “see” the entire visible light spectrum, the difference isn’t great but can be significant in some areas. In this article, I’ll be providing you with an overview of the main filter types available – from coloured filters that affect tonailty and contrast, to specialist filters for Infrared photography and adding effects like soft focus.

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If you have been giving monochrome (aka black and white) film photography a go, you will have realised that film doesn’t quite see things the way your eye does. With modern, panchromatic film stocks that “see” the entire visible light spectrum, the difference isn’t great but can be significant in some areas. In this article, I’ll be providing you with an overview of the main filter types available – from coloured filters that affect tonailty and contrast, to specialist filters for Infrared photography and adding effects like soft focus.
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