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Quick Review: K&F Concept Clear-Natural Light Pollution Reduction Filter

Ok, that is a mouthful and this is an honest and quick review of this wonderful little guy. First off, the most important thing to know is that it’s not going to make your night sky photos look amazing if you live in NYC with a Bortle rating of over 9000.

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But it will help bringing the glow down from those billions and billions of lights from the city. I really need to get in the field more with it at night, but so far I will post this as a quick testimonial for this lens filter.

This is a shot I did at night, with a new moon, and the city lights from just my local town:

Comet NEOWISE 2020
This was the NEOWISE Comet, taken in Alpharetta, GA in 2020.

See the sky getting lighter and lighter as we get lower? That’s light pollution!! Isn’t it neat?

Here is another example!

This was the Perseids in 2021, I said I didn’t get anything, this was early september when it should have been over, but I still got a few. Just not a 100 per hour, more like 3.

That glow creeps in hard and is frustrating. It really happens everywhere down here because of Atlanta being a giant ball of light.

However:

This shot, even at night where the moon was full, should have been full of pollution. But, it was ultimately mild. DURING A FULL MOON.

I plan on taking it for a run of shots more towards the city and around city centers during the times around a new moon so we can really see how much it can stretch this little nifty filter’s legs.

Stay tuned for a further review!

Stefan Glazer
Stefan Glazer

Author, Photographer, Artist, Pug Dad, Podcast Host, Teacher, Friend

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