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Old 02-23-2007, 06:04 PM   #17
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Jim & EdM,

I was talking about the shot in question regarding a polarizer. In this particular shot, having a CP on the lens wouldn't have achieved any better result than having a proper exposure to begin with. It's overexposed and bland. Post processing can help with both by adjusting the expose down and bringing out the saturation.

In this shot, there is no glare from glass, metal or water, so those arguments for a CP are not valid here. But just to be clear, I'm not saying a CP doesn't work. In fact, I'd like to try a decent one someday as I've liked the results from examples I've seen...
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