Call me old school if you’d like but as I lean more towards traditional photography, this week’s theme was my idea. While nowadays you can use computer software to easily manipulate images there’s nothing quite like creating a specific look and feel to an image the moment you hit the shutter button. One way to change the look of a photo is to use filters. Circular filters screw onto the front of SLR lenses.
Taken from across Crescent Lake of Disney’s Yacht Club Resort with a diffusion filter to soften the entire image gives reflections and the moon an aetherial sensation.
Canon EOS 30D, Canon 17-40mm L USM, f4, 1/60, ISO 640
Disney Pic of the Week – Filters
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