Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/06/24

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Subject: Re: [Leica] KR1.5 Warming and Polarizing Filters
From: clifford wright <>
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 12:46:58 -0700 (PDT)

You might be interested in this warming/polarizing

- --- Peter Natscher <> wrote:
> I am thinking about starting to use KR1.5 warming
> filters and
> occassionally circular polarizers with all of my
> R-lenses on my R8. I
> shoot coastal landscapes with Kodachrome 64 and many
> of the resulting
> slides are appearing bluish. We get a lot of fog and
> overcast days
> during the summer. I can only warm up my exposures
> without filters only
> if I wait until 2 hours until sunset to shoot
> landscapes. I think the
> KR3 warming filters would be too much warming for my
> purposes and would
> destroy the Kodachrome's neutral look. In adding a
> filter and a
> polarizer to a lens, which one should be screwed on
> first? Which filter,
> the polarizer or the colored filter, should be
> closest to the camera lens?
> Peter Natscher
> Monterey, California USA
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