Ex­pert in­sight Part-po­lar­iza­tion

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Michael says… When shoot­ing with a wide-an­gle lens (such as 24mm and wider), avoid us­ing a po­lar­iz­ing fil­ter – or at least, not to its fullest ex­tent. You’ll get part-po­lar­iza­tion, where some ar­eas of the frame (the darker parts of the sky and wa­ter in our seascape shots) will be po­lar­ized much more than the brighter side of your com­po­si­tion (the side that’s clos­est to the sun), lead­ing to an un­sightly, un­even ef­fect across the im­age.

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