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Dramatically reduces reflections from water and glass as well as rendering blue skies darker.
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If this filter is used indoors while shooting objects in glass cases to minimize glare, what effect does it have if left on for ordinary indoor shots?

Will it filter out light to the extent that the meter settings on the camera will have to be dramatically different?
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Polarizer filters cut light by about 2 f/stops. If you're shooting indoors, and subjects don't include glass cases or other objects that would cause glare, you'll want to shoot without the filter on the camera.
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