Who needs a polarizing filter...

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    ...when you have sunglasses! I didn't have a polarizing filter for my 18-200mm lens this trip so I figured, why not use sunglasses to get the effect I wanted and add the sunglass frame to the picture!

    Thanks for viewing/critiquing and have a magical day!

    Exif data auto added by theGOOD Uploadr
    File Size : 6.8 mb
    Camera Model : NIKON D90
    Software : Ver.1.00
    Exposure : 0.006 seconds
    Aperture : f/6.7
    ISO Speed : 200
    Focal Length : 18 mm
    Subject Distance : 23.8 meters

    1. Larry White (Trying_to_Shine) 56 months ago | reply

      Great example of the benefits of a polarizing filter.

    2. DugJax 56 months ago | reply

      Very original idea and what a difference it made!

    3. Corsey21 56 months ago | reply

      Wow, extremely creative and you pulled it off perfectly. I like how you can see the rim of the glasses, great touch.

    4. Doug Maffett 56 months ago | reply

      Amazing Photo! Our group would love to learn how you processed the photo, and see the original. Please add to Disney Photo Education if you want to share the hows!

    5. Disneyprophotographer [deleted] 55 months ago | reply

      Love this!

    6. Bald_Jedi 35 months ago | reply

      Nice and cool affect.

    7. Eric Schrader 33 months ago | reply

      Hi Christian,

      We would like to use this image under the Creative Commons license in an upcoming college physics textbook published by Pearson Science. Please contact me if you have any objection or would like additional details. Thanks!

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