What's wrong with my 20D?

Started Sep 22, 2006 | Discussions thread
pipspeak Senior Member • Posts: 1,774
don't throw it away just yet

I agree with many of the above posts. On a hazy, humid day when the sun is high and the camera is partly metering off the very bright sky you're always going to get that sort of murky cast in photos. It's sort of a fact of landscape photography, which is why some of the best landscape scenes are either taken in the early morning/late afternoon light, or using the high-pass filter effect (stiching together multiple different exposures).

First off, my advice is to buy a high-quality polarizing filter, which will cut a lot of the haze and allow you to even out the exposure. Then simply avoid shooting in the middle of those hazy summer days!

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