my first attempt at photography

iHazSnail

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lens or no lens but i wanted to know should any sort of filter be used in low light condition or indoor?
 

iHazSnail

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is it true that a polarizing filter brings about a lot of change in picture quality? and thanks man =)
 

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Polarizing pictures will make your shots dark so you'll have to compensate for that, but it is kind of fun... it'll let you take some reflections out and see into the water better. I hardly ever see a need to use mine though.
 

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i think polarized filters increase detail when there's lots of light. most of the one's i've look at were kinda pricey
 

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Nice, that's more than I can say lol. I'm just trying to get into some better pictures as well. I like em, specially the gauges.
 
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