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ERIC UGLAND
On 2/4/20, 12:09 AM

I was trained to always keep the diffusion closest to the lens. Placing the diffusion further from the lens can, in theory, change the level of diffusion on the image. In practice I think it's difficult to see the difference, but I think it's important to have consistency. 

Always keep multiple filters in trays stacked, not with an empty tray in-between. Gaps easily cause reflections. 


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Rozemarijn

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On 1/26/20, 1:40 PM

Hey Philipp, i actually do the same. Any dif. Filter close to the lens. Mostly its just the ND or Pola up here and if its just 1, always as close as possible to the lens. 

But im also curious what other people do! 


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On 1/26/20, 1:44 PM

I do something similar. Only when the DP uses a rota pola, I place this one always as close to the lens as possible. Infront of that I put it the ND filters and any special filters. What I tend to do when having those really special filters, is keep a tray "empty" in between so I can remove the empty tray and tilt the filter when there are unwanted reflections or such.


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