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A polarizer usually cuts down on some light transmission, perhaps by as much as 2 stops. You absolutely can stack your filters. Many people do it to achieve different effects. The only potential downside is that as you introduce more glass in front of the lens, you are also potentially losing image quality. This is why people will spend a lot on high-quality ...


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Try it both ways and see what happens. Maybe it is different one way from the other. Now you have two possibilities to create a picture you want. Or maybe it doesn't make a difference in a way that matters to you. The most likely way it will make a difference is mechanically. One way is probably a little easier in terms of making photographs than the other. ...


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That is a really tough question because it is so situation dependent. It depends on the look you want to achieve and also the light that you are facing. You almost always have the wrong filter with you. When I started using ND filters I always went for a 10-30 second exposure just because I was excited to get the smoothest water flow in my images. Therefore ...


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