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adinis

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"RE: Flowe type hoods"

adinis Gold Member Nikonian since 21st Jun 2012
Fri 29-Jun-12 05:25 PM

>Antonia,
>
>As Brian points out, the hoods are designed for the lenses
>that you have. There is a reason that they are the shape they
>are: They doo the best job keeping unwanted light from ruining
>your shot. If you look at petal shaped hoods, they are very
>differnt from one another based on the characteristics of the
>lens they are mounted on.
>
>Use the hoods that came with your lenses and concentrate on
>getting the best image possible. That will make you a
>professional sooner that the look of your equipment.
>
>The only time you may want to use a different hood is when
>shooting at an aquarium or zoo when you want to use a rubber
>hood pressed against the glass to minimize reflections and
>stray light.
>
>Mick
>http://www.mickklassphoto.com
>or
>Visit
>my nikonians gallery>

Thank you for the info.

A general, generic topic Flowe type hoods [View all] , adinis Gold Member , Fri 29-Jun-12 01:42 PM
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