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What filters (if any) do you use?

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Jetcityimage
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Message posted at 09/06/2013, 13:48:48 PM by Jetcityimage
I was alway told the less filter the better, yet I see a ton of shots with them that sell well. What do you use, and show examples!

Jonathan


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Luvemak
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Message posted at 09/08/2013, 17:50:49 PM by Luvemak
Are you referring to using camera filters or those used during post production? I'm guessing the latter, but making sure! I've had some photos rejected for "overfiltering." They were ones that I thought looked really awesome, but I gather they may lose some usefulness to certain designers!
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Jetcityimage
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Message posted at 09/09/2013, 09:16:27 AM by Jetcityimage
On post - a lot of the cemetery shots I have seen are way over processed and still they are on line.


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Luvemak
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Message posted at 09/09/2013, 10:08:19 AM by Luvemak
I can see that if they're made to look creepy or something like that. I guess it depends on the scenario.
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Parkinsonsniper
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Message posted at 09/11/2013, 01:27:36 AM by Parkinsonsniper
If the filter is adding / enhancing the expected effect on the viewer, then it is generally accepted. I have some horror shots which are a little desaturated and increased structure. The original was mostly funny, but not creepy for sure :)
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