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Springtime sakura polarized

Springtime sakura polarized

The big difference of colors and saturation that it can be seen between those photos is due to a use of different polarizing filters. One is a normal linear polarizing by Hoya, the other is a orange color polarizer by Hoya. This last one allows to vary the tonality of the general color of the frame which could go to vintage orange to dark blue passing througha various kind of tonality.

peter_jurrett This photo was shot on film. Taken by peter_jurrett with a Fujica AX-3 - EBC Fujinon 50mm/f 1.6 - Tokina SL 28mm/f 2.8 loaded with Fuji Pro 400H film in Trieste, Italy. These tags describe this photo: springtime, flowers, blue, sky, polarized, and sakura. Date: 2012-03. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Springtime sakura polarized.

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