The Isle of Skye, Scotland


I am very proud to announce that, starting from August 2016, I have been appointed Formatt-Hitech Ambassador!

As you may know, I have been using Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters exclusively for quite a while now, loving their extreme neutrality and high transparency. In July 2016, I did a compared filter review (click on BEST FILTERS FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY REVIEW), and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters emerged as the most neutral of a bunch including Lee, Singh-Ray, Formatt-Hitech resin and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters.

The Faroe Islands Photography Workshop

Following to that, we got in touch with Formatt-Hitech and talks went underway: I am very proud to say that, after seeing my work and reading my articles, Formatt-Hitech proposed me to join their Formatt-Hitech Ambassador Programme, a proposal I accepted with great pleasure.

It is an honour for me to cooperate with a brand developing such good products, products that enable us landscape and architectural photographers to shoot much better images in a much easier way.

Last, but certainly not least, as a Formatt-Hitech Ambassador I am very happy to offer you a fantastic discount on what I believe to be the best filters on the market!

Starting October 2021, I am a proud Ambassador for H&Y Filters, in my opinion simply the best filters out there with the most innovative, easy to use, practical filter holder (see my BEST FILTERS FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY and BEST 100MM FILTER HOLDER FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY articles for more info).

Thanks to my relationship with H&Y Filter, I am happy to offer you a 10% discount on H&Y FILTRI, their Italian distributor’s website. Just use code Vieri10 at checkout to enjoy your discount!

Enjoy a selection of photographs created with Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters (click on the images to enlarge):

All photographs in this post have been shot with the following Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters: Grad ND (0.9 and 1.2), 6 & 10 stops ND and Circular Polariser. All photographs have been developed and finished in Adobe Photoshop CC.

The Dolomites Photography Workshop

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