Polariser least light loss type?

Started Mar 6, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Brentliris Veteran Member • Posts: 3,252
Polariser least light loss type?

I'm planning on doing a lot of museum photography where I'll be shooting through glass. Also I'm going to do a train museum immersive 3 day outing soon with my soon to be bought K5.

I need a polariser to get the most of these shots. through glass and also the many shiny surfaces on the old trains cause problems in many photos I've seen.

Any recommendations on a polariser that is especielly good for this application, and doesn't cut out light as much as regular polarisers would be greatly apprecietated.

My interest has focused on the pol filters that state they only cut light by 1/2 stop or less.... This is especielly important because contrary to normal usesage where your cutting down on brightly lit situations I'll be working in less brightly lit museums...



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