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Old Nov 13, 2011, 6:39 PM   #1
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Most beginners do not realise the improvement even a cheap polarising filter gives to your picture, to show you, these two shots have only been resized, they were taken one minute apart on a sunny day.
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wow! Are you selling these? Just kidding! But yeah, what a difference. The second one has much more depth in it, almost 3D. Also much better colours!
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Good demonstration of the filter Grounded, it certainly helps to have sun around when using this type of filter
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