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Having experimented more with the filter, I've noticed a bit more of what I was hoping for. When the sun is behind me, and slightly to one side, it seems to have the most effect.
Also, a cool tip...
Alright cool, maybe I will give it a go.
By the way –*I assume there is no point using the polarizer when there's no sunshine, or if your indoors...?
Hi everyone, thanks for the helpful replies, and sorry it took me so long to come back and check this thread.
I didn't know that you had to turn the polarizer to a certain position, so I will...
I recently joined this forum to ask advice about buying my first polariser filter, and ended up going for the Hoya 52mm Pro-1 from Amazon for £33.
I've never owned or used a filter...
Cool. I'll go for that one then! Thanks for your help
Thanks for the advice, sounds good. This is the first time I've bought a filter, so just to check...
With my lens (the 35mm Nikon mentioned above), do I need a 52mm filter? Is that the measurement...
I am also looking to get a polarizing filter. I have a Nikon D90 with the AF-S DX 35mm f1.8G lens, what should I go for?