Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Gerbonium, Aug 13, 2007.
I want to know when using a CP could detract from an image. helps pleases
if it's distracting and you don't want the effect, just rotate it.
low light situations....
situations where you need faster shutterspeed to catch action
One probably shouldn't be using it in low light, since there isn't much point.
very good for waterfall pictures btw. not only does it give u ~1 stop less light it also obv cuts through the reflections.
anytime you don't want 2 stops of light loss
CP's aren't an everyday use filter.
They should only be used when you need to reduce scattered light, glare or unwanted reflections.
If you're not reducing polarized light, it acts as a ND filter.
Well, not really ND, because most have a slight cooling effect...