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Hoya 77mm Moose Peterson Warming Circular Polarizer Filter
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Other points: It will do very little at mid-day at times of year when the sun is dead above you. Or when the sky is overcast (although the Moose will warm the cold light of that day). Or when the sun is at your back.
Having said that, the Hoya Moose filter is the most satisfying I have used in nearly 50 years of photography. The warming effect is simply beautiful. I bought mine (62, 67 and 77mm) before a trip to New Mexico last winter, and whether shooting from the ride up to the Scandia Tramway or Ghost Ranch where Georgia O'Keefe painted, the results were consistently spectacular. I used it on a 17mm F3.5 Tokina ATX-Pro in the Southwest, and again in Israel, and whether shooting old rocks or old temples, the effect was a blow-away.Read more ›
However, A polarizing filter is still a wise investment for any photographer. A circular polarizer cuts down on glare by being rotated. Digital filters (post-processing) can never really duplicate this effect.
The Moose Peterson filter combines the circular polarizing with a warming effect which makes it appear not so "cold".
I find this really helpful as I tend to convert most of my images into Black & White it helps to make the sky dark and adds some drama.
I liked the 72mm version of this enough that I picked up a 77mm version also.
The Good: Just the right amount Warmth for skin tone, Polarizing Goodness, Quality feel.
The Bad: It Binds to step up rings and other filters!!! and can really be tricky to get off. It's like you feel you have to muscle it off but the slightest random touch will release it. Plastic packaging is cheap, no foam padding.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this filter. It gives a nice warmth to my polarized images just as described.Published 3 months ago by Photography by Vera
Moose Peterson products are excellent. I would recommend this Circular polarizer to any photography enthusiast. Worth the price IMHO.
This seems to work well, but it uses the older style ring set instead of the slim design. I find that it vignettes at 24mm on a Nikkor 24-120 f/4G. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Opus Maru
This is a good polarizing filter and very well constructed it does the job well at removing glare and warming the image. I like it.Published 19 months ago by GR
This is my fourth Moose Peterson Warming Circular Polarizer and worth every penny you spend when doing Landscape and Wildlife photography. Read morePublished 20 months ago by del
the colors of photos becomes a bit unnatural and faded and the photo quality is suboptimal.Published 21 months ago by Pathguy
the quality of this items is just amazing, i have several CPL and this is THE ONE!.Published 23 months ago by C. Ray