A polarizing filter enhances the color saturation and contrasts while controlling reflections from non-metallic objects.

The effects of polarizers cannot be easily mimicked by digital editing. Carrying a polarizer makes your image more vivid and clear, turning the actual landscape you've seen into your picture.

A polarizing filter allows you to;

- control reflections from non-metallic objects; the surface of the water, window, or glossy coating/painting.

- prevent glare from interfering with other subjects in the image. It also makes subjects underwater transparent.

- Enhance color saturation and contrast, especially under a scene of deep blue sky, vivid white clouds, or autumn leaves.