be still will ya

I think the dog thought I was nuts chasing this ladybug around the tree.

My nephew claims that I should take the filter off of this lens to get sharper images. I'm a little nervous about doing that just because its protecting the lens but I'm afraid that he's right.

not that I would admit that to him
Depends on the quality of the filter Kathryn: a cheap one will degrade the image some, but a high quality one won't. Like everything else in life, you get what you pay for!
posted April 22nd, 2014  
Cute little lady. Looks like your focus is just slightly high. Bark looks sharper to me than ladybug. Don't know if filter could do this but I guess it could warp the focus a bit. Richard is right, unfortunately you do get what you pay for, and some of us can't afford it.
posted April 22nd, 2014  
I bought this lens used. The claim was that the filter had been on the lens since day 1 so I don't really know anything about the filter but it has kept the lens protected. I guess that's why I'm hesitant to remove it.
posted April 23rd, 2014  
cheat...add contrast in post. ;0)
posted April 23rd, 2014  
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