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Quote: “We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us.”

— Ralph Hattersley


Art/Photo Tip of the Month: Using A Polarizing Filter

If you can only buy one filter for your lens, make it a polarizer. The recommended type of polarizer is circular because these allow your camera to use TTL (through the lens) metering such as auto exposure.

This filter helps reduce reflections from water as well as metal and glass; it improves the colors of the sky and foliage and will help give your photos the WOW factor. It will do all that while protecting your lens. There’s no reason why you can’t leave it on for all of your photography. I recommend Hoya Polarizer Filters for the best combination of performance and price.

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Want your photograph (or one of mine) printed on glass? Email me at alanesava@comcast.net for more information regarding how to get photos on this unique medium.


Ava's Photo of the Month: Available on metal or glass for purchase at Midland Arts Company in Rifle, CO or by contacting Ava at alanesava@comcast.net.



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