Should I shoot Ektachrome with or without a filter?
When shooting landscapes with a lot of green and moisture ( think Western Pennsylvania, Ireland ), does anyone recommend the use of a filter ( I was thinking of a polarizing one )? I'm going to be shooting in both places relatively soon, and will be using Ektachrome ( and maybe Provia ) as my color film. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for filter usage? Will the film have too much of a blue-ish/green cast to it without a filter?
I haven't used a filter in many, many years. I recall from my earlier days that it didn't usually make much of a difference to my eyes, and I'd personally rather see the image unadulterated from whichever lens I'm using.
Regardless, should I use a filter, and if so, which kind? Or simply not use any filter?
I'll be shooting the color film through Nikon slr glass ( blasphemy, I know! ).