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Just moved back to Landscape photography


I am posting this in the hope that it will NOT court controversy, or upset anyone as it did on another forum, where people totally went off what I had said into a battle about how wrong I was to use filters these days. I am not posting this for any arguments about filters.

I bought the meter on the left NEW, yes new :), and the one on the right two years ago. I usd the one on the left with a Rolleicord Vb

Now I find myself using it today, why. I use the Lee 150 system, and the constant adding and removing filters (even back in the old Cokin days) was a pain. I find the sheer simplicity of setting up the camera and metering with the Weston faster and a lot more satisfying.

Being autistic (and 60 :) ), I have always enjoyed photography and Astronomy



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You should ignore people that say you are wrong because they are obviously spouting what they have seen on YouTube or in a book.
It's all about enjoying how you go about what you do and the results you get .
Just do what you enjoy.