What you say seems to make sense but this excerpt from wikipedia made me wonder: There are two types of polarizing filters readily available, linear and "circular", which have exactly the same effect photographically. But the metering and auto-focus sensors in certain cameras, including virtually all auto-focus SLRs, will not work properly with linear polarizers because the beam splitters used to split off the light for focusing and metering are polarization-dependent. Linearly-polarized light may also defeat the action of the Anti-aliasing filter (Low-pass filter) on the imaging sensor.
In actual use, I have never found a difference Peter, I have and use both kinds. That does not mean to say that the information you have provided is inaccurate. Rather it depends on the metering and focusing systems being employed in the camera. I am using canon cameras, and I have never had a problem with the auto focus or metering functions. Again, that does not mean to say these problems cannot happen, just that I have never experienced it with any filter camera or lens I own.
I think you will see a big difference (They work best in an east west direction, less well north and south). Getting used to tuning it can be a challenge, look for overall changes first, then the subtle ones. I am not sure if direction will be as much of a factor for you considering where you are at on the globe. But I used one in Cuba and it worked well, though I did not think about direction.
both the image and words speak silent volumes as the song plays whispers in my mind ...it was once a lullaby and it rests much as this house does full of memories that know truly knows ...thank you for sharing
I think that is the wonder of his work actually. His work speaks to so many people with so many different songs. I have three favorite song writers. Neil Diamond, Harry Chapin, and Gibb brothers so technically 5 There are other wonderful song writers but those are my personal three favorite for the same reason I love Neil Diamond.
It's the Dissapointed House from Emily Climbs by L.M. Montgomery. It has never lived, never loved, for houses DO love, never felt the giddy, warm embrace of a newlywed couple or grown old with comfortable seniors. It was abandoned, and it forever waits for someone to love it, someone to love.
I wish it was possible to get some of the historical details, but sometimes, like in this case, it is very difficult. The image however does preserve some of the past, and our imagination can fill in some of the missing parts.