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Type: [Tutorial or Lesson, Not Sure]
Media: [Film, Comic, or Both]
Subject: [Building, Writing, Photography, Video Editing]
Level: [Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced]
Description: [The most important part, describe to us what you want to learn. Be as detailed as possible (no pictures please) as far as what you hope to accomplish from completing the lesson or reading the tutorial.]
This is what the request would have looked like for Scouty's CPL Tutorial
When I take pictures of my sets, a lot of times the light creates some glares on the walls and on minifigs. Especially those be beautiful Fabuland figure eyes tend to get a glare on them from the lights. I read somewhere that something called a "circular polarizer" can help. I don't know what that is or how to use one. I'd like to read a tutorial that shows me how a circular polarizer can help get rid of the glare and how to use it with my camera.