|Posted on 17 March, 2016 at 11:30|
Posted by Samuel Curtis Photography
Polarising is when the number of shades within an image is reduced, this is done by reducing the amount of light that enters the camera. A Polarising filter can help do this by up to two f-stops. i.e blue skies can become slightly more in saturation and reflections can be reduced or removed. When using a polarising filter, look through the view finder while rotation the filter ring and see the difference. To compensate when using a polarising filter, increase your ISO or use a tripod. Tiny adjustments will make all the difference, so take your time.
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