Taking photos in exhibition


Jun 21, 2009
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Hi All,

Not sure if this is a valid question. I like to go to exhibit and also take photos whenever photography is allow.

My question is there a way to prevent the reflection appearing in your photo when you take a subject enclosed in a glass case?

Cheers,
 

Jun 21, 2009
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I did a wiki on circular polarizing filter and it seems to be use to enhance photos. I dont quite understand how it reduce reflections. How much does a CPL usually cost in SG?

Thanks,
 

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I like number 3. Do you press your lens firmly against the glass case?
 

Galdor

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Good enough for?

I think only you can answer the question. If they are good enough for you, then they are :)
OK. Thanks bro.

I like number 3. Do you press your lens firmly against the glass case?
Thanks. No I do not press my lens against the glass. Just try shooting from an angle where I do not see my own (and other visitors') reflections.
 

Diavonex

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Certain place do not allow flash; be prepared to shoot with high ISO.