Tip #17: Add a Warming Polarizer
Most of the tips so far have been about protecting gear or you while in the outdoors. Using a warming polarizer is completely a preference choice but this filter is one I have chosen to use for years. A warming polarizer might be a little pricey - most cost a few hundred dollars - but the effect is pretty nice. The circulizing polarizer on the filter significantly cuts out haze and glare and intensifies the scene, especially in things like clouds. The warming portion deepens the colors even further. This is a wonderful tool for landscape photos, especially at sunrise and sunset.
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