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    Default Sun glaring problem

    Try to take some photos recently but due to the extreme sunlight nowsaday, some shoots have a glaring effect.
    How to reduce this glaring problem? ND filter? Smaller aperture??
    or any other way???
    Pls enlighten me

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    three ways I can think of:

    1) use a lens hood, may not prevent flare completely

    2) shoot away from the sun!

    3) shoot at a time when the sun isn't at a strong overhead

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    Default Re: Sun glaring problem

    Originally posted by tangoninazero
    Try to take some photos recently but due to the extreme sunlight nowsaday, some shoots have a glaring effect.
    How to reduce this glaring problem? ND filter? Smaller aperture??
    or any other way???
    Pls enlighten me
    Use a polarised lens to reduce the reflection/glare from the object which is caused by the sun.

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    Originally posted by Tweek
    three ways I can think of:

    1) use a lens hood, may not prevent flare completely

    2) shoot away from the sun!

    3) shoot at a time when the sun isn't at a strong overhead
    one more...

    creatively hide the sun behind something (tree, building, lamppost) if you must compose with the sun in the picture

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