Filter Effects: Polarizer

Challenge #35 in the "Breaking Glass" series. Hosted by CharlesB58.
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Long before digital editors, photographers used filters to create special effects during capture. While not really a special effect, a polizer can be used to intensify blue skys, increase color saturation and eliminate reflections. For this challenge, enter images in which the use of a polarizer gives the image a "Wow" factor that would not occur without using polarizer. PLEASE: ENTER SHOTS WHICH WERE TAKEN WITH A POLARIZING FILER ON THE LENS. DO NOT CREATE THE EFFECT IN PP
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Polarised light photograph of plastic plate and cutlery.
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Submitted: Thursday, 10th March, 2011 22:08 (GMT)
Taken: Thursday, 8th May, 2008
Focal length: 6.2 mm
Shutter speed: 5/2 sec
Aperture: F8
ISO: 100
Notes: Polariser on light source as well as camera. Colour fringes caused by photoelastic effect in plastic
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