Feature Product #2

March 03, 2021  •  Leave a Comment


Every month I will now feature a product from either the Nisi Filters, Sirui, Sunwayfoto or the new Explorer range. More about the Explorer range in another blog coming soon. I also sell Walkstool photography stools too!

I strive to provide photographers and media creators with the best possible products and also value for money so you get the right product first time without wasting money on cheaper products which you will just end up upgrading anyway.

Each feature product will include a discount voucher to save you some more cash! Use Coupon FEATURE10 at checkout for 10% off.

See below some photos of this months feature product. Click on the feature link below to take you to the product page which contains all the information about the product.

As always if you have any questions about any feature product (or any others) I am more than happy to help. Send me an email HERE.

Until next time, happy shooting.



Feature Product - Mar 2021

Click HERE to take you to the full product page or the full link is below. Use Coupon FEATURE10 at checkout for 10% off.


Nisi Polariser filters are a must have if you are shooting anywhere near water or where there is excessive glare like window reflections etc.

A great example is a waterfall where there is glare on the water on the surface of the pool below the falls. Using a polariser will cut the glare and give your shot that depth and wow factor. You will be able to see into the pool and show all the awesome colours that the glare hides. The polariser also helps to reduce overexposure of the fast running white water. Simply turn the outer bezel of the filter until the glare is reduced or in a lot of cases eliminated altogether.
A polariser can also help reduce haze in landscape photos and give better saturation of colours. 

Check out the link above for all the different lens sizes, there will be one to suit the lens that you are using. Now is a great time to save on polarisers in my store.

A good tip when buying any circular filters is to buy the size of your biggest lens. You can then adapt down using a step down ring to suit other lenses.




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