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How to Shoot Through Glass Without Unwanted Reflections

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  1. Polarizer is almost always a bad choice. He forgot to mention that many buildings have polarizing film on the glass itself which gives you adverse reactions when combining the two effects. Either you get banding or the polarizer cancels each other out all together. If you are planning on stitching photos the sky will not match properly. My best results are using a wide lens pressed right up to the glass.

  2. I ever used a piece of black cloth and clips it onto the hotel room curtain. Even during the day time, I do it for my 8 hours plus time lapse at 1 min interval. 😀

  3. Always amazes me that people don’t work it out after taking their first pic and having it be awful lol. The amount of people I see using their flash. smh.

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