Polarizer - Actual filter vs digital darkroom

Started May 19, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Polarizer - Actual filter vs digital darkroom
In reply to KueH, Jun 3, 2012

Unless the light is getting low, And I mean really low, the Polarizer is on, and is almost always on. I shoot landscapes 100% with a polarizer. Sometimes, the extra two stops that the CPL cuts, is good for getting the slow SS required to blur water.

But there is no process in software, that can replicate a polarizer. BUt spend some bucks on a decent one or don't bother.

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