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    Registered User cholan's Avatar
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    this is a borderline stupid idea i had once and i liked the result, i just put my sunglasses in front of the lens and look:

    without them:

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    Looks like they blocked all the blue light.
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    set your color temp to 8000 k and it does the same thing

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    ^Its not the same because my Serengeti's are polarized and removing the diffuse blue light before it hits the lense is the key for knocking out the haze. I've been doing this with point and shoots for some time. Sometimes it works and others it just looks pink. Here is one from summer 2006 - note the definition of the clouds (hence why these lenses used to be in Sunclouds):
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