People who enjoy outdoor activities such as snow skiing, skin-diving and team sports often record their leisure with photography. However bright sunlight often negatively affects photographs’ color and contrast, thus reducing a picture’s quality. Southern California based manufacturer of photography accessories Polar Pro offers professional and recreational photographers assistance in countering unwanted glare via its Hero4 Polarizer Filter.
Polar Pro has been helping outdoor photographers by creating technology that improves the color contrast and image of a photograph. Go Pro Hero3 lenses as seen at http://polarprofilters.com/ is ideal for underwater photography, particularly between 15 and 80 feet below the surface; recreational scuba-divers rarely dive to depths below 80 feet. Recreational and professional photographers can use the GoPro Red Filter Hero3 to capture the bright, vivid colors of a coral reef and the marine life that inhabit it.
Along with the improved lens of the GoPro Hero3. Polar Pro offers the GoPro Hero4 Polarizer filter as seen at http://polarprofilters.com/shop/GoProHero4Filters . The GoPro Hero4 Polarizer filter reduces glare that results sunlight relcted by snow on the ground or the water’s surface. This type of filtering ability is particularly helpful during a very sunny day. Strong sunlight reduces a photograph’s image. The glass GoPro Hero3 lens increases sharpness of a picture’s image while also enhancing color contrast and saturation.
Polar Pro Polarization offers a variety of polarization filters as seen at http://polarprofilters.com/shop/hero3pluspolarizeraccessory . The company’s Hero3 filter includes a glass lens to ensure both sharper image and greater resistance to scratching. Solid design and construction ensure that removable parts are installed securely and remain in place. Polar Pro offers 180 day warranty on the part along with a microfiber storage bag.
About Polar Pro Filters:
Polar Pro is a leading manufacturer of GoPro® accessories and mounts designed to improve the GoPro® filming experience. The company, which was founded in October 2011 at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) with the creation of a small, polarized filter. Since then the company has experienced explosive growth to selling over 500 locations worldwide. With a dynamic team of young, and innovative employees, Polar Pro continues to find new ways to improve the filming process. For more information, visit polarprofilters.com, and stay connected on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
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887 W 16th St
Newport Beach, California 92663