[Poll]What's Your Tint Style For Sunglasses?

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[Poll]What's Your Tint Style For Sunglasses?
BLACK/GREY
54% (21 votes)
YELLOW/GOLD
5% (2 votes)
GREEN
3% (1 vote)
PINK
0% (0 votes)
PURPLE/BLUE
8% (3 votes)
BROWN/AMBER
31% (12 votes)
Total votes: 39

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Looks like the Sun's gonna come out more nowadays!cool 
So what's your preferred tint for your shades??

This year I'm currently behind Yellow/Gold tint!smile

 

 

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Brown. I was always into gray/ND for neutral filtering, but when I tried brown for the first time, at first I was all like “eww”, but it grew on me very fast. Almost like lighting everything with a WW light.

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I like black/dark grey.

I also like the looks of mirror/silver ones, but I've never owned any.

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I voted brown but it could as well be yellow/gold.

As Lightbringer puts it, it seems the sun is always shining whatever the weather.

It also makes for beautiful skies. Yellow filter is a classic for B&W photography. It increases the contrast between blue sky and clouds. Add to that polarizing and you are seeing postcards everyday. Cool

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Bright Sunlight Costa glass lens blue mirror over grey – Overcast /Rainy/early morning silver mirror over yellow —- But I do have several pairs of grey —mostly glass lens —- Since my cataract surgery I can’t stand any glare

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Since it's gonna be kinda mix sun and clouds next week or so, I'll grab the yellow ones.

If it's sunny all day, then I usually go for either the blue ones or the Brown/Amber depending on my mood.laughing

 

 

 

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Gray. Amber for an overcast cloudy day. ✅

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Brown, graduated, photochromic, non-polarized as some car displays disappear with them.

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Can’t participate in the poll, because these are my sunglasses
https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_AKB4Xh

I am changing my tint daily, to switch things up. Quality is good, they are not Oakleys, but still. makes life more interesting. people don’t think I use the same glasses all the time.

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In theory black/neutral grey. But I found some aviator sunglasses at the side of the road with a blue/mirror color on the outside, but the view isn’t too blue. I don’t know how that works.

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Mine are mirrored blue but the tint is black/gray

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Yellow looks terrific, in my opinion. That is not so universal, but amazing

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Black/gray, also polarized.

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My vote is Brown or Amber because of how it makes colors so vibrant. Since they don’t block too much light and increase contrast I can get away with using them on those cloudy days when it’s still bright and into dusk/dawn. The color contrast reason transfers over to my love for 4000K tint in LEDs!

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Pink are nice for Lucy in the sky with diamonds trip Smile

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