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Is there any filter opposite to Polarizing filter, to emphasize reflections?

I know that a circular polariser can reduce reflections from reflective surfaces. I'm however looking for a way to increase those reflections such that they become dominant in the picture.

An example would be a window where the sky reflects in but where the inside of the building is also visible. I want to minimise the visibility of the interior and emphasise the reflected sky.

What methods exist to emphasise reflections?

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marked as duplicate by mattdm, Saaru Lindestøkke, NickM, Matt Grum, Imre Jan 17 '13 at 19:41

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You can use a polarizer, adjusting its wheel in the position that visually makes the reflections strongest; the result is an image with stronger reflections than those that you would see without the polarizer itself.

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