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Polarizing filters are mainly used to reduce reflections from non-metallic surfaces, enhance color saturation, and add depth by increasing contrast, especially in blue skies.
While both types polarize light, circular polarizing filters are more suited for modern digital cameras as they don’t interfere with autofocus and light metering functionalities, unlike linear polarizing filters.
Absolutely. One of the major advantages of using a polarizing filter is its ability to increase contrast, especially in skies, making clouds pop against a deep blue backdrop.
Yes, the effects of a polarizing filter are most pronounced when used at a 90-degree angle to the sun. This angle helps achieve maximum polarization, enhancing the desired effects.