How to shoot through a window without reflections

What is the best way to shoot photos through a window without reflections? Read on to find out.

How to shoot through windows without reflections
How to shoot through windows without reflections

Ever found yourself on an observation deck trying to shoot photos through a window with no reflections?

Often times some of the best city scape views are found on these viewing decks with thick panels of shatterproof glass between your camera and the scene.

Not only do these panels decrease the sharpness of your photos, they also reflect light and colours onto your camera's sensor.

I can't help you with the sharpness, but I can show you how to prevent those reflections from showing up!

Here are the links to where you can buy the expensive and cheap reflection blockers:

Official LensSkirt:
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