Polarized Lens Alignment

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So today I was playing with my polar pro polarized lens and wanted to share my results.

I took some shots of the studio I'm in because there's a ton of reflection from all the lights in here. In the first shot I just popped the lens on without any concern and snapped a "night shot" with 5/1 shutter speed. (Hence the blurry people that didn't know I was shooting, I'm off frame). Other than the director moving, all conditions remained the same between both images.

I then rotated the lens until the reflections were taken down quite a bit. A small rotation can make a huge difference to your photos. I counted over 10 reflections that were taken down just by rotating. Nothing has been done in post.

My wife is a realtor and I can see how this would be useful for anyone shooting interior real estate photos with ceiling reflection, countertop reflection, hardwood floor reflection and so on.

Happy shooting!
 
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