• varnishes, brushes and tubes to reproduce impressionist themes
• zoom effects without a zoom
• custom-made rainbows
• poetic or horrific masks for your photomontages
• romantic symbols, hearts for the taking, cheeky keyholes, all for framing
• hallucinating gelatin colors
To create photomontages upon taking the shot. Choose the desired mask and apply it to the Cokin basic filter. Not recommended for Digital. Composed of ten uncut black masks and two colorless filters, the COKIN Creative Masks Set of filters allows you to cut the masks to the shape you need. Simply stick your complementary cut-out shapes onto the two colorless filters to obtain a mask/counter-mask system similar to the COKIN Double Mask Filter. Hints: Use a camera that allows multiple exposure, unlock your Auto focus, and treasure light without the filter. Use an aperture between f/5.6 and f/8 for focal lengths from 21mm to 35mm, and between f11 and f16 for focal lengths from 50mm to 105mm, and then proceed as follows. First, insert the first mask (small cut-out) dead centre in the COKIN filter-holder (second groove from the lens). Frame and take first shot. Next, re-arm the shutter without winding on the film and replace the first mask with the second (first groove for Ref. 345, third groove for Ref. 340). Then take the second shot.
The Cokin A System comprises a complete range of COKIN filters for lens adaptor rings diameters 36 to 62 mm and Hasselblad Ring B50 as well as numerous dedicated accessories. The ”A Series” is recommended for focal lengths 35mm & greater.
For more information about, Cokin Creative Mask Filter A Series A340 .