TITLE

Photography In The National Parks: A Cloudy Day In The Park Can Be A Photographer's Dream…With The Right Filters

AUTHOR(S)
Latson, Rebecca
PUB. DATE
February 2013
SOURCE
National Parks Traveler;2/5/2013, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers suggestions for photography in cloudy weather. It mentions of the role of circular polarizing filter (CPF) regarding its role in reduce glare and reflections on water, windows and vegetation along with remove haze when the sun hits the camera lens at a certain angle. It adds that CPL can eliminate water glare to a point that a photographer can actually see beneath the water. It also mentions of vignetting as an old-timey look that is used in photos where the top and edges are darkened to focus more on the subject.
ACCESSION #
86427654

 

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