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Using a polarization filter does actually have an effect on fur. You can see an example in this article: How to Photograph Your Dog: 9 – Polarizers for Perfect Pet Portraits However, the effect doesn't help your case at all. What you would need would be to reduce the reflected light from the white fur while affecting the rest of the scene less. The ...


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There are two components to the light being reflected off the fur. The predominant one is likely diffuse scattering. A polarizer won't help with that. There may be some more "reflection" looking sheen, especially if the light is coming from somewhat behind the cat. That probably is polarized, so a polarizing filter should be able to accentuate or ...



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