How to Shoot through Glass Without Reflections
We all have been in the situation. A great shot pops up through a building, plane, train, maybe even a submarine window and you snag it. Only to see after that you got more of your reflection then the scene. Well photographer and web designer Michael Courier has a simple DIY project he discovered while preparing for a train trip.
While Michael was preparing for a train trip he went to buy a product to help with reflections when shooting through the window. Probably something like this. He discovered it was on back order and worked on a DIY solution. (After emailing Michael he told me many people have suggested to use a polarizing filter instead. However as this article points out, it doesn’t do a great job.)
Check out Michael’s diy steps below (or check out his original post) and make your own Flect.
All images and content used with Michael Courier’s permission.