USING A LENS HOOD WITH A ROTATING FILTER I often use a polarizer and neutral graduated filters. These filters rotate to different positions, depending on the effect desired. The recent trend to deep, scalloped lens hoods (tulip shaped) present a problem with these filters. Because the lens hood is so deep, it's almost impossible to reach the filter ring. As a practical matter, these filters must be used with the hood removed. You could attach the hood after adjusting the filter, but most photographers I have observed simply don't use the hood when using rotating filters. 80-200mm ...
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