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The Haze is caused by ultra-violet light, you could try using a UV filter and a polorising lens to take the glare out of the scenery, You could also try taking theese kind of shots at sunrise or sunset when the lighting is better, during the middle of the day the natural light is very bright, it also helps if you put the camera and lens information, as this helps when commenting, I hope this helps. Ben
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Added Date: 16/06/2010 - 11:27 PM
Thankyou for the comments you have left on my photo's it gives me a sense of achievment as i've only had my D500 for a just over a couple on months now. There is a picture of a Water Iris on my portfolio that you make like, i'd also like to read your coments. Thanks again.
Added Date: 20/05/2010 - 8:00 PM
Thankyou for your comments, I'm still very green at this, but have much to learn, thankyou again.