Choosing A Revo Lens

October 11, 2018
This post was originally posted on the Revo blog.

One day when I was in middle school, my mother and I went shopping and found a pair of sunglasses we loved at a shop in the mall. There was nothing special about these cheap frames that we had except for the fact that when you put them on the whole world got warm. The white balance had so much orange in it that is just made the world around you look better and feel better.

I’ve moved up in my sunglasses selection from that day. I no longer buy $10 sunglasses especially for the adventure that my business and blog take me. There is still one thing I look for in a sunglass that hasn’t changed since that day in the mall; I want a sunglass that makes the world look a little better. I like to look through the lens of my glasses and see the world in a better light even if that means capturing what I see is a little bit harder.

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Fall landscape without a Revo lens

Revo Sunglasses has done a fantastic job with not only protecting my eyes and keeping me looking good, but in helping to shape my perspective of the landscapes I see and none of this could be more accurate than in the Autumn season. While each lens will give you a different experience, you’re sure to see the world in the right light with one of these lenses.

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Fall landscape through a Revo Blue Water lens

Revo Blue Water Lens

My favorite Revo lens is the Blue Water lens. Maybe it’s the reflective surface or the way they pop with color, but these lenses look great on any frame and photograph beautifully. When it comes to looking at the view through these, they do a great job of just lowering the brightness just a touch and keeping things warm. There’s only a slight warmth from these lenses, but it’s so small you barely notice it. If you’ll looking for a lens that will show you the landscape without changing it much, are always on the water, or just want to make your world seem a little bit warmer then this is the lens you want.

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Fall landscape through a Revo Green Water lens

Revo Green Water Lens

My husband Clayton lives for the Green Water lens. Aside from the fact that he looks great in them, they brighten up and warm every scene, and I love the reflective lens to play with when I’m taking photos. Unlike the Blue lens, this one warms ups the world around you. It’s the perfect lens to go hunting for fall colors because they’ll explode through this lens. Just remember when you’re taking photos that the world will look a lot different when you take off your sunglasses.

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Fall landscape through a Revo Graphite lens

Revo Graphite Lens

The Graphite lens doesn’t have the reflective properties as the water lenses, which is preferred by some. Unlike a lot of the other lenses, this lens cools a scene, adding more blue to the look. Like the blue water lens, it’s a minimal difference, but it’s there. It also takes down the brightness a whole lot more than the water lenses making it an excellent lens for bright sunny days, but hikes in the middle of a forest might be a little harsh with these.

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Fall landscape through a Revo Tera lens

Revo Tera Lens

The Tera lens is very similar to the graphite except instead of it down cooling your environment; it slightly warms it. Just like the graphite though, it does have a darker lens to keep the light out and make walking through Aspen forests a breeze, it just might get a little dark when you come to the pine forest.

The extra bonus, with every Revo Lens, is the polarization. From looking into rivers and lakes or needing the reflective light from the Aspens to calm down, these lenses will have you covered and look good doing it. It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for in a lens you’ll find one that fits your adventure. From levels brightness to the change in perspective of color and of course, always having a polarizing lens there’s no wrong way to go, the hardest part is choosing, especially when you get to the frame!

 

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