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I think it's about time I did some more shooting in England.
My vacation in Canada was solely for experimental photography. I believe I've uploaded the best of those photos to DA.
I have read of DA members who have used Polarizing filters. I don't know much, well nothing, about these filters. Perhaps I should buy one and try it out?
From what I hear it could solve the "too bright sky" phenomenon and prevent my skies looking like the hues of those dreadful colored pencils ...you know the ones I mean...the ones left unused... that look a kind of light-blue gone wrong. Not that I want to lie about the colors of the skies I shoot, merely