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    Default Re: Polarizing filter

    When taken on flower in macro, the colour is more vivid. Right?
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    Default Re: Polarizing filter

    Quote Originally Posted by sgfriend
    When taken on flower in macro, the colour is more vivid. Right?
    The main purpose of using a polariser is to reduce glare & reflections. In the process, the sky becomes "bluer", the grass & trees become "greener" ... In other words, it will deepen saturation to a limited extent and cause colours to beome more "vivid" ...

    But if it's only vivid colours u want, we always have Photoshop for that ...

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    Default Re: Polarizing filter

    most of the time CP are use for lanscape shots, like to enhance the blues of the sky etc etc...

    It can be use to shoot "deep" into water as such to capture what is inside and not only capture just reflections of the water

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    Quote Originally Posted by alechim
    most of the time CP are use for lanscape shots, like to enhance the blues of the sky etc etc...
    Not really true.... I use it to cut reflection + shoot char bor

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    you mean shoot char bo and the fabric become not reflective and penetrate thru?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgfriend
    you mean shoot char bo and the fabric become not reflective and penetrate thru?
    Tsk tsk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsybitsyspidy
    i spy with my little eye...... that mr espn is aiming his nikon gun at you and trying to nikonize you.
    dats the job of espn, always trying to nikonize ppl in dis forum wif his BUY BUY BUY. quote.

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