Pro’s Killer kit #02 Mi­crofi­bre lens cloth

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Nigel says… You’d think that lots of rain would be great for waterfall pho­tog­ra­phy, but the op­po­site is of­ten the case. The more wa­ter there is cas­cad­ing over a fall, the more the dis­tinct trails of wa­ter tend to merge into a fea­ture­less cur­tain of white – and the more spray you get bil­low­ing out from the bot­tom. In these con­di­tions, a dry mi­crofi­bre cloth is es­sen­tial for wip­ing wa­ter droplets off fil­ters and lenses. If it’s re­ally wet you may need to do this just be­fore you press the shut­ter re­lease.

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