Ever had a filter stuck to the front of your favorite lens? It’s like your best lens is stopped down in perpetuity or a programmed to polarize even in overcast conditions. The usual attempt to dislodge the filter is to twist, smack it on a hard surface in frustration, or try to use pliers, leading to more frustration. The Kuldunov Brothers bring forth an interesting and easy method to get a filter off your camera lens:
First, tap lightly on the filter.
Then attempt to unscrew it.
Usually, it doesn’t work the first or second time. It can take a really long time. But it does work. So, wear your patience hat and keep tapping. And then tap some more.
And then finally, like some voodoo magic, the filter that once seemed fused together with your favorite lens, will unscrew and come off.
Have you given this a try? Did it work?
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Article source: PictureCorrect