I've done this - it works well - stops the need to colour correct when the footage is whitewashed by the sun off the snow. Also If you get the orientation of the polarizer correct you'll get nice effects with the sky, especially on sunny days, with the sky at the top of the frame dark and the sky closer to the horizon lighter. Can look very dramatic. And you'll be able to cut out reflections when filming through windows etc. as long as the polarizer is out/in phase (can't remember which).
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RIP Shane Mcconkey
Start wid straight shots and then pop bottles,
Flirt wid the hood rats then pop models.
"love tha floaty fluff and i hate knob head lift peeps who say that yo planks aint gonna fit on the racks on them poma gondalas - mate, they're my skis bitch i know if fitage is gonna be ish". - my Bro[/b][/b][/i][/i]
Yeah that was the thread I was looking for... The "new" 3d lenses you get at movies isn't as hard of plastic as you'd think... It's pretty flimsy. I just cut out a circle and fit it into my gopro case pretty easily. It folds a bit trying to fit it inthe fisheye shaped lens , but you can't see the folds through the gopro
Well I have skied the lower part of everest so.... skithecanada