Photography in the Pacific NW this September with my 4x5.
I don't do landscapes per se. I'm a portrait guy.
I just bought a Graflex Graphic View 4x5 large-format camera with a 152mm Kodak Ektar lens. It should arrive today.
When one is shooting Landscapes, are there any filters I should consider having to help achieve a really good image?
I know I've used polarizing filters in the past when I wanted a certain look with a person and blue sky. I plan on shooting some b/w as well as color. I have a package of Arista B/W sheet film, as well as some Portra 160.
I don't have filters for the lens on the camera, but I do have some filters red/yellow for my RB67. Can I just place the filter in front of the lens on the 4x5 while shooting b/w.
What else should I consider hardware wise to help maximize the shots taken while visiting..