DO I NEED A POLARIZING FILTER : DO I NEED

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Do I Need A Polarizing Filter


do i need a polarizing filter
    polarizing filter
  • A photographic or optical filter that polarizes the light passing through it, used chiefly for reducing reflections and improving contrast. Two polarizing filters are often used together, such that rotation of one of them results in a neutral density filter of variable density
  • (polarizing filters) Used on camera lenses to selectively remove excess light.
  • The polarizing filter used with most modern cameras is a circular polarizer. The first stage of the polarizer is a linear filter which filters out light that is linearly polarized in a specific direction.
  • A common filter that removes reflections from water, glass and other surfaces, it also increases colour saturation.
    i need
  • "I Need" was released as a buzz single from American R&B singer's Kandi Burruss' second album B.L.O.G..
  • Kandi Burruss (born May 17, 1976), better known by her stage names Kandi or Kandi Girl is an American R&B singer-songwriter and record producer. She is also a former member of the group Xscape from Atlanta.
  • "I Need" is the second single taken from the album Blurring the Edges by rock singer Meredith Brooks. It was released on November 25, 1997.
do i need a polarizing filter - Canon EF
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras

Capture the far-off action of fast-paced sports or zoom in for an intimate portrait with the Canon EF 70-200mm telephoto zoom lens. This high-performance, L-series telephoto zoom lens is distinguished by such features as an f/4 maximum aperture, an inner focusing system, and a ring-type ultra-sonic monitor (USM). The last two features combine to deliver quick and quiet autofocusing--a priority for many amateur and professional photographers. In addition, photographers can attach and use a circular polarizing filter without difficulty because the front lens element does not rotate during focusing. Compatible with the same tripod collar (sold separately) used with the EF 300mm f/4L USM lens, the lens carries a one-year warranty.
Focal length: 70-200mm
Maximum aperture: 1:4.0
Lens construction: 16 elements in 13 groups
Diagonal angle of view: 34 to 12 degrees
Focus adjustment: Inner focusing system with USM
Closest focusing distance: 3.9 feet
Zoom system: Rotating type
Filter size: 67mm
Dimensions: 3.0 inches in diameter, 6.8 inches long
Weight: 25 ounces

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5D-24-01-11-037 Fusion
5D-24-01-11-037 Fusion
Whilst over to stay with the in-laws for a few days we took an afternoon trip to Semur en Auxois. I had about a 45min window to wonder around while our daughter slept so immediately headed down to the river. I only had time to wonder around this section of the river and am sure there are many more good view points to be had. I used a 0.3 ND soft Grad to try to balance out the sky. The timing of the shot was not ideal and the sun was quickly coming around almost in to shot on the left hand side blowing the sky out. Sky View (a clever iphone app) said that the sun in the morning would pop over the buildings almost directly behind this view point at around 9am but alas I didn't have time for a revisit. I took 3 shots in brackets of 1 stop (handheld as this is taken standing / balancing on the river bank wall) and used Photomatrix to 'Fusion' them together as opposed to a standard HDR. I used the Fusion option as I really only needed to bring back the sky a bit, the rest of the shot was fine and I wanted to avoid that over-processed HDR look but at the same time avoid a completely white sky. I also had a polarising filter on the camera too that did a good job of getting the colours to pop out at the relevant correct exposures. Some info according to Wikipedia: Semur-en-Auxois is a commune of the Co?te-d'Or department in eastern France. Semur-en-Auxois has a medieval core, built on a pink granite bluff more than half-encircled by the River Armanc?on. The river formerly provided motive power for tanneries and mills, but its flow is now somewhat reduced by the Lac de Pont, a dam built upstream in the 19th century to provide water for the Canal de Bourgogne. The fortified castle, built in the 13th century and dismantled in the 17th century, the parts visible today are: La tour de l'Orle d'Or, with a height of 44 metres and walls 5 metres thick La tour de la Gehenne La tour de la Prison La tour Margot, behind the theater.
5D-05-09-11-505 Version 2
5D-05-09-11-505 Version 2
Whilst over to stay with the in-laws for a few days we took an afternoon trip to Semur en Auxois. I had about a 45min window to wonder around while our daughter slept so immediately headed down to the river. I only had time to wonder around this section of the river and am sure there are many more good view points to be had. The timing of the shot was not ideal and the sun was quickly coming around almost in to shot on the left hand side blowing the sky out. This was one of the 1st shots I took and was just about ok. Later shots (just a matter of 20 mins later) needed a couple exposures and then Fusioning together to maintain the colour in the sky. Sky View (a clever iphone app) said that the sun in the morning would pop over the buildings almost directly behind this view point at around 9am but alas I didn't have time for a revisit. I used a polarising filter on the camera that did a good job of getting the colours to pop out. In an ideal world the car would not be parked on the road but either I'm too lazy to clone it out or subconsciously just like to keep my images as a true representation of what was there at the time! Some info according to Wikipedia: Semur-en-Auxois is a commune of the Co?te-d'Or department in eastern France. Semur-en-Auxois has a medieval core, built on a pink granite bluff more than half-encircled by the River Armanc?on. The river formerly provided motive power for tanneries and mills, but its flow is now somewhat reduced by the Lac de Pont, a dam built upstream in the 19th century to provide water for the Canal de Bourgogne. The fortified castle, built in the 13th century and dismantled in the 17th century, the parts visible today are: La tour de l'Orle d'Or, with a height of 44 metres and walls 5 metres thick La tour de la Gehenne La tour de la Prison La tour Margot, behind the theater.

do i need a polarizing filter
do i need a polarizing filter
B+W 77mm Slim UV Haze MRC #010 Filter XS-Pro Ring(Slim Line w/Front Thread)
The first slim filter with front thread for lens caps and filters the XS-PRO Digital Filter mounts are especially suited for SLRs with wide-angle and zoom lenses.The thin design prevents the mount from vignetting in wide shots.They also have a front thread for filters,lens caps and hoods.All XS-PRO Digital mounts are made of brass for long lasting quality and are matt black to prevent reflections.This is the very popular ultra violet-haze filter from B+W with 010 multi resitant coating protection to prevent flaring.Its a slim line ring so there is no vignetting on wide angle shots.Normaly people dont prefer slim filters because they cant hold lens caps but the xs pro filter special design has front threads so you can keep your filter on the lens at all times and use the original lens cap.

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