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Art of Landscapes

Benro Master Series filters


In the early 2000s, when I started my landscape photography career, there were only two major companies producing neutral-density graduated filters. At the low end of the market, there was (and is) Cokin. They were cheap, but very scratch sensitive and not particularly colour neutral. And at the upper end of the market there was Lee Filters, whose products were a lot more expensive but high quality and very colour neutral. Every serious landscape photographer I knew used Lee Filters. It was only logical for me to start using them as well. If it good enough for the landscape photographers I was admiring back then, it was good enough for me, right?  

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