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    A early morning bump... After my re-read...
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    This is brilliant! Will try some of the tips and see what i achieve

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    May I add the following to ABM's excellent post...

    If you have a polarising filter, then use it.
    If you don't have a polarising filter, get one... then use it.
    Circular polariser is best, as they can be adjusted.
    Great for getting rid of unwanted reflections (obviously it depends on the where the sun is and where the reflections are in relation to where your lens is pointing) and adds a more natural saturation than most people manage using software.

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