If the skies in your photos are a lighter blue than they should be here is how to capture bluer skies in your photos
If you find that the skies in your summer photos look less vibrant than they should consider investing in a polarizing filter.
A polarizing filter cuts out reflected glare and the result is that colours look more saturated so your skies look bluer. The polarizing filter will also allow you to capture, for example, fish in a pond rather than capturing the glare from the sunlight bouncing off the pond.
When purchasing a polarizing filter, make sure to select the right polarizer for your camera – some won’t work on a camera that uses a through the lens metering system. The polarizer is a glass filter that simply screws onto the lens on the camera so its diameter needs to match the size of the thread on your lens.
If you are using a point and shoot camera then you may need a special attachment to be able to add a polarizer to the camera.
When you are using the polarizer, screw it onto the camera and then turn the ring on it to find the position that gives the best results before capturing the shot.