Monday, January 22, 2007

Use of Circular Polarizing (C-PL) Filter

The pictures below show the difference when a CP-L filter is set at minimum & maximum effect. The first image was taken when this filter has minimal (or no) effect. This is the "regular" result using a lens without a filter.

The second picture is taken when the CP-L filter was adjusted for maximum effect.

So aside from making the skies bluer, a CP-L filter is very useful in removing reflections & showing the true colors of the subject area.

Currently, I'm using a Sunpak 52mm Multi-Coated CP-L Filter. I got this for P1,000.
See some of my stuff in MULTIPLY.

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