Tip of the Day: Keep Your Summer Skies Blue

Summer is finally here! However, there is one thing that your summer photos may lack: a true-to-color blue sky. There are a lot of reasons why the sky’s color does not translate as well to your camera, but it’s so simple to fix. Using a polarizing filter allows you to capture those saturated and bright blue skies that you desire. To preview the affects, just slip on your polarizing sunglasses, or if you're in a real pinch and don’t have polarizing filter, put them in front of your lens.—Kaitlin

Summer is finally here! However, there is one thing that your summer photos may lack: a true-to-color blue sky. There are a lot of reasons why the sky's color does not translate as well to your camera, but it's so simple to fix. Using a polarizing filter allows you to capture those saturated and bright blue skies that you desire. To preview the affects, just slip on your polarizing sunglasses, or if you're in a real pinch and don't have polarizing filter, put them in front of your lens.
—Kaitlin Tambuscio
Editorial Intern