- 1). Attach the filter to the lens by gently screwing it on until it fits snugly. Do not force it.
- 2). Look through the viewfinder at your subject and gently rotate the front element of the filter. Notice any changes in the highlight and shadows as you rotate. If you are viewing an object with glare, it will be removed at one point during the rotation and normal at the opposite point.
- 3). Rotate the filter to your most desired appearance and take the photo. For best results, rotate the filter slightly in either direction to provide a variety of shots when editing.
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