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Round Clear Polarising Camera Lens Filters

Light that is emitted by a single source, such as the sun, a light bulb or a candle, is unpolarised but light that is reflected from other objects, such as glass or water, becomes polarised, which makes it more difficult to get a clear image. A round clear polarising camera lens filter will select which light rays enter your camera lens , decreasing unwanted reflections and improving colour saturation.

Why use a polarising lens filter?

Using a polariser means you can make a blue sky look more blue, improve the definition of clouds and either increase or decrease the effects of light reflection on glass or water. By increasing the colour saturation and contrast of your images, you get a clearer picture, deeper colours and more control over how you want the finished picture to look. The enhancement provided by a polarising lens filter would be difficult to reproduce with editing tools.

Available in different sizes

Round clear polarising camera lens filters are available in a range of sizes to fit different camera lenses. You can attach them to Canon, Nikon and Sony cameras , alongside many other camera brands, all with the same effect.


Some polarising camera lenses are designed to rotate and the rotation gives the photographer complete control over the image effect and the degree of light saturation. The idea of taking pictures is to reproduce the beauty in a landscape or image, so having control over what you see means you will be able to take pictures that reflect your ideas and creativity. You can choose the reflection you want in your picture, either eliminating it completely or enhancing it to capture the images created by the polarised light.

Different uses for a polarising lens filter

You can use a clear polarising filter to enhance the appearance of a sky or a body of water, to make the sky and the clouds appear more even in a panoramic view, to erase or enhance the effects of a rainbow and to improve the appearance of objects captured against a sky or body of water by improving colour saturation and removing unwanted reflections.

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