I have some polarization filters for my camera but rarely dig them out to use them. Perhaps if I were taking pictures for a living I might be more inclined.
Perhaps where you are you mightn't need them. But here with all the water vapour if not outright reflections from wet surfaces I 'now' think they are a must.
They come in handy when taking pictures mid day when the harsh light is washing out everything but in the morning and evenings, when I'm generally taking pictures, they aren't needed.
The polarizer does make it more rich, but which was closest to the original? I used a polarizer a lot when I lived in the desert.
The second. What it does, more of less is the same as a cold clear morning. You know that visual crispness.
I'm assuming the bottom is the example with?Both nice shots, but the bottom's sky is a beautiful color. Has your class started then? How's it going?
Yep. And yes the sky in the lower is lovely. I'll write a post about the classes.
A great difference between the two. Both are lovely, but I'm much more drawn to the rich colors in the bottom one.
I did reply to this earlier today but I don't know where it's gone.There are out of the camera, unedited. That's really what so dramatic. Yes, if I was pointing in another direction the colours would have a better impact.