UV filters - We recommend UV filters or clear protection filters with every lens we sell. UV filters have a small impact on the quality of your image by reducing UV light and therefore haze and increasing contrast, but it must be said their primary use these days is lens protection.
Polarising filters - Polarising filters are the favoured tool of landscape photographers. They are handy for darkening skies and increasing vividness and contrast in your images. They can also be used to reduce reflections, which is perfect if water or glass is present in your photograph and you want to control this feature.
Circular Polarising filters are the type of Polarising filter that we sell the most of today, and they are popular as they can be adjusted to suit each situation.
Neutral Density filters - If you are interested in photographing waterfalls and other similar forms of long exposure photography, you simply must have ND filters in your gadget bag. Coming in varying degrees of strength, ND filters reduce the amount of light entering your lens so you can use slower shutter speeds without over-exposing your image. This allows you to intentionally blur elements within your image to emphasise motion.