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Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by MontyDog, Oct 20, 2005.
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You will enjoy the polarizer, Paul. Used with caution it can be your most valuable filter.
I see Monty enjoyed the beautiful day with you, he squeezed himself into the picture :smile: :smile:
Looks like I should pull out my circular p. more often. Or even exchange some of those window pane UV filters against this more useful toy to fit all lenses with it. :smile:
Which one did you get Paul
I have Moose polorizers.
Don't even think of laughing...lol
Nice images. Beautiful day.
I am not going to mention the darker blue in the upper left hand corner. I will let you tell me.
Mine don't do that. hummmmmmmm
Moose!!!??????? Mmmmmmppfffff........ :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
Sorry Gale, just couldn't help it :smile: :smile:
I sure needed a litle laugh. thanks
Great paysages, the polariser is supposed to have it's maximum effect at 90 degrees to the sun.
This thread prompted me to take my polarizer for a spin this morning: https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=55832
My youthful exuberance may have caused me to overdo polarization a bit.....
Not only was your weather glorius but so are these pictures. What polarizer did you use for these pictures?
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