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Computer technology has completely transformed the way that we can alter and manipulate the images that we take on our digital cameras. When you find yourself unhappy with a certain image, you can easily connect your camera to your PC via a USB lead and use programs such as Photoshop so that you get total control over the final appearance of your pictures. However, this can lead to pictures looking somewhat unnatural and less authentic than they would be if you were to use one of the many camera filters on offer at Wilkinson Cameras. A camera filter can make a world of difference to any type of image. There are many different types of UV filter, but they all serve a similar purpose. UV filters have been around for generations, way before the advent of Photoshop, and are predominantly used to alter the look and feel of any pictures taken. Lens filters will add a whole new clarity to all your images and they give you the opportunity to experiment with a series of different looks so that you can enhance all your pictures and give them a certain amount of atmospheric appeal. There is an element of trial and error involved when using photography filters so you may want to try a series of filters to find out which you prefer best. You can buy all the filters you could possibly need at Wilkinson Cameras as we supply a full range of B+W filters, Cokin filters, Hoya filters, Leica filters and Sigma filters.