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Old Jul 2, 2004, 12:10 AM   #11
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I'm surprized no one mentioned a UV filter. It's often called a Haze filter. UV light which is invisible to the human eye places a bluish cast on camera pictures. It won't eliminate visible haze but will eliminate the blue added to the image sensor by UV light. I also remember a filter manufacturer that builds a combination polarizer and UV filter for even better control.
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Old Jul 2, 2004, 11:55 AM   #12
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Shoot early in the day or near dusk to minimize haze and maximize the gentle low angle light.

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Old Jan 13, 2005, 4:31 AM   #13
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I've never tried the USM approach, but I've always had excellent results from just simply adjusting the levels in PS. Usually using the eyedroppers is what works best for me...

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