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UNDERSTANDING POLARISING FILTERS

AS SOON as you begin taking landscape photography more seriously, the For most photographers, this will be a screw-in type that fits the filter thread of the main lens you use for shooting landscapes. As you improve and demand more from your photography, you’ll probably upgrade to a drop-in filter system, and a dedicated polariser is a wise investment here too.

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