Singh-Ray LB Warming Polarizer-82mm Thin Ring Mount

Singh-Ray LB Warming Polarizer-82mm Thin Ring Mount

 
Rp 3.825.000
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LB: Lighter, Brighter.
Singh-Ray LB filters are 2/3 of a stop faster than comparable competitive filters, giving you greater creative flexibility without any sacrifice in performance or impact.

Most of today's top outdoor photographers still consider a polarizer one of their most essential filters. While software can darken skies, it cannot replicate the drama and impact a high-quality polarizer can produce in the sky. And one of the most important reasons to use a polarizer – to control glare and restore detail, color and saturation to foliage and other reflective surfaces – is something no software can simulate.

“In my opinion, the polarizer is the most important filter for landscape photography. And my most used and favorite filter is the Singh-Ray warming polarizer."— Darwin Wiggett

Singh-Ray's LB warming polarizer adds a subtle warming factor to our neutral polarizer, improving shadow detail and giving your images a little extra pop. And just like our neutral polarizer, it delivers unmatched optical resolution and color fidelity. Our LB warming polarizer also brings 2/3-stop more light to your viewfinder, making it easier to compose and focus accurately in early morning and late afternoon light. If you prefer the slightly cooler look of a traditional polarizer, check out our LB Neutral Polarizer.

QUICK TIPS

  • The polarizing effect is most dramatic when you're shooting side-lit scenes – maximum polarization occurs along an arc 90 degrees to the sun's axis. Shooting directly into the sun will not polarize the image and may worsen lens flare.
  • Uneven sky density may result from high polarization with a wide-angle lens. Dial down the polarizing effect for consistent density.
  • If you plan to shoot often with a wide-angle lens, consider the thin-mount version of this filter reduce the possibility of vignetting.
  • On overcast days or rainy days, tighten your composition to exclude the sky and use your polarizer to increase color saturation and eliminate highlights and glare on leaves, rocks and water.
  • Experiment to learn: turn the polarizer completely when composing an image to see how it affects glare, reflection and saturation – and then dial in the look you like best.
  • For dramatic, natural looking images when there's a brighter sky in your scene, use your polarizer together with our Rowell graduated neutral density filters.
  • You can stack other Singh-Ray filters on the LB warming polarizer. One filter needs to be a standard mount (to reduce thickness, our thin-mount filters do not have front threads).