23 Sep { CINEBLOOM }

Source: Ivan Joshua Loh

The relentless pursuit of gear acquiring; has no end. More importantly is the ability to use this gear to its fullest advantage. To do that we need to learn and understand why the product was design for, and why one needs it. Today I would like to share with you a Cinebloom filter. This is a diffusion filter from Moment. In a nutshell this diffusion filter diffuses strong light without affecting the more sharpness of the image. Thus creating a really cinematic but dreamy or hazy glow around light. This Cineblooms filter comes in 10% and 20% strength variations. 

I am not really a “filter” kind of guy especially in this digital era. Th last time I own filters was during my film days. And that is indeed a long time ago.  I decided to give myself an opportunity to get acquainted with the CineBloom Filter. I went for the 20% strength version. Since I going to test it; what is the point of being subtle? Below is a photo with a slider to showcase the difference. The exposure is different for this 2 photos. I just wanna you to zoom on the street lamp on how much “glow” it gives.

This is shot with the 20% intensity Cinebloom Filters.

I started using it on a XF23mm F1.4 lens as I bought it for this lens. Filter tread of 62mm.  Only to realize later that it also fits my XF56mm and XF90mm. When I look at my

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