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G2, 35mm, Kodak E100SW. Picture was taken in a new centre in Frankfurt called 'die...
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G2, 35mm, Kodak E100SW. Picture was taken in a new centre in Frankfurt called 'die Welle' (the Wave). Reason I took it was the magenta/red striped pattern in the blue glass which was only visible using a pol filter. No adjustment of colours or saturation in PS. Anyone an idea what causes it?
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  2. ElSanto
    ElSanto
    I had thought that a polarizer filter will cut off all reflection? Hmm... can someone kindly enlighten me?
  3. raflabox
    raflabox
    A pol filter will only eliminate all of the reflection if all of the reflected light is polarized. The amount or percentage of polarisation of reflected light is dependent on a couple of factors, among which the material of the reflecting surface (glass, water, metal etc) and also the the angle (Brewster's angle) at which the reflection happens. In practice it is impossible to cut off all reflection.

    Certain metal surfaces reflect light unpolarized, at any angle. My guess would therefore be t
  4. cheunghonyu
    cheunghonyu
    Good patterns
  5. rene
  6. rene
    rene
    wonderful frame.
    My compliments

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