I love shooting with my phone through my sunglasses, specially on sunny days of spring and summer. The green lenses on the Ray-ban glasses make a color adjustment that the camera's automatic white-balance can't compensate for and I can't really reproduce digitally in the post either.
I would like to know the name or reference number of the Ray-ban green, and whether it is possible to find a camera lens filter with that color. The glasses are definitely green, but it is a very greyish brown green as compared to all green lens filters I have seen.
If there is no such green filter, is it possible to make a DIY green filter from sunglass lenses? Of course the eyeglass lenses have this curvature, but what does it translate into in terms of distortions? And aren't there any flat optical glass sheets of that color on the market one can use for a DIY project? I have some empty filter holder rims left from my broken filters that I can put to good use!
I have done my homework looking up these stuff, but I think an optician/photographer is much better positioned to answer the questions. To be honest, I haven't found much in the publicly searchable resources.
Below an OOC photo, shot with my phone, through ordinary (non-polarized) Ray-ban green aviators. The glass makes greens much greener and the sky darker by blocking the blues. It also breaks the jolliness of the reds and makes them more poised, more controlled. And for some reason it consistently makes the cameras underexpose -- what I actually like on a sunny day.
Disclaimer: I am not in any way associated with the Ray-ban group, and I am not testing the waters for a new product line. This is a real question!