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Jyan L. Crayton
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What technique would you use to photograph someone through a book store window, without getting a glare from outside?

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5/19/2005 10:55:16 AM

 
Kerry L. Walker   Use a polarizing filter to eliminate the glare. I would also suggest you take some without the filter. Sometimes the glare can make an interesting photo, especially if it is off to one side of the subject. You may like it or not but I would try it.


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5/19/2005 2:54:46 PM

 
Jyan L. Crayton
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  Thank You For your respond.
I'll have to go purchase one. al I have is UV haze Filter.


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5/19/2005 4:09:49 PM

 
Bob Cournoyer
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  If you can see the person thru the window, you may not need the polarizer ...and like Kerry said, it could make an interesting image. If there is glare on the window and you cannot see the person thru it, then use the polarizer, or move the person just outside the glare....


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5/19/2005 5:55:46 PM

 
Bob Cournoyer
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  Okay, throw the "and like Kerry said" at the end of my comment.
Sometimes I think I need a proofreader!!


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5/19/2005 5:58:33 PM

 
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