Are camera filters obsolete in the age of digital photography? Can't we just Photoshop images? Not so fast! We take a look at four filters you still need in your camera bag.
JFYI Chris, you can do stacking in camera for getting ND effect in Pentax models like K-3ii and K-1, maybe other models support that too. Sometimes it can be useful, like for instance when you don't own ND filters for some lenses. thanks for the video!
Worst thing Sony did was remove their apps. The Smooth Reflections and Grad ND apps were better than any filter. It was amazing.
Chris! You shine so bright I need an ND filter just to watch your videos! (Jordan - you're a grad ND - mostly because you're so tall ;-) )
UV filters also serve the function to complete the weather resistance of many lenses. I generally suffer the two stops and just keep a polarizer on for this (since things are generally wet and reflective in that situation anyway).
NDs do a better job smoothing erratic behavior in long exposures. Stacking multiple shorter captures can make vegetation on the edge of a waterfall appear to jump around. YMMV.