If you'd like a more permanent/professional filter of this type, here's a quick photo description on how to make one yourself using 2 cheap UV filters (& the coffee filters).This was my first tutorial,
so I really hope it was clear and useful
all feedback/faves are truly appreciated!I was so tired of being unhappy with the colours of every indoor photo I would take; so when I read about this trick I just had to share it with all of you!
About a week ago during a period a lot of rain, I started to get really fed up with not being able to set my custom WB quickly indoors, so I started looking around for what I could buy.
The first thing I came across was something called the ExpoDisk
. It looked perfect, but a little pricey (around $130 for a filter that would fit my uber large 77mm lens)
I decided to research more, and I found this fantastic Idea!
I was a little sceptical as to how well it would work, since it seemed so cheap and cheeseball but to my surprise it worked far better than I had imagined!
I really hope you all give it a try