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Best filter for aerial photography


Spring Hill, US
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Umbanikon Registered since 09th Jul 2004
Mon 08-Jul-13 12:01 PM

We are headed for Alaska, and have managed to rent an small airplane to view a number of glaciers. Our altitude will be 200-1,000 feet. The glaciers will be reflective white, and the atmosphere is also going to "reflect" some light.

I will be shooting my F5 loaded with RVP100. I plan on utilizing my "moose warming" polarizer, but should I stack another UV or other type of filter to cut through the haze?

Thanks in advance for any advice.


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