FluttershyIsMagic wrote:Thanks Jdemott for the info! So cameras process the picture with little adjustments beforehand? Huh, I didn't know that. I just started my hand at editing RAW images, and it is pretty time consuming. I wish I knew that before taking half of my pictures at St. Helens in RAW format only. But now I am taking pictures in both formats. I also noticed that when increasing the saturation and contrast in RAW pictures, I didn't get the grainy over sharpness in the sky that I get when editing jpeg.
I have one more question, though. I'm still a little confused on getting the right polarizer. It turns out that the purchase on amazon failed to go through, and I didn't notice it until a few days later. It is a good thing, though, because now I'm not so sure if it will fit my camera lens.
So will this filter: "Hoya 52mm Circular Polarizer HD Hardened Glass 8-layer Multi-Coated Filter" fit my lens size?
Link to the product.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001G7 ... UTF8&psc=1
if you have the Canon 18-55mm and the 55-250 mm lens, they both have a filter size of 58mm. Try this link:
http://www.amazon.com/Hoya-Hardened-Mul ... +polarizer
Here is the link to the canon page of lens. If you click on the lens you have and click on the specifications, you want to see the filter size, to see what size your len's are. I went off your first posting and got the 58mm.
http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/ ... ens_lineup