could someone enlighten me on how to take pictures thru glass? am using a canon s330 cam btw... here are some of the pics i've taken, suggestions on how to improve the shots?
4) use manual focus... the glass will screw up any AF functions sometimes.Originally posted by mervlam
1) go as close as possible
2) use polariser to reduce reflection
3) take at an angle to reduce reflection
Originally posted by firefox13
4) use manual focus... the glass will screw up any AF functions sometimes.
5)try to avoid light sources directly behind or diagonally opposite you (depending on where you're standing) to have minimum reflection.
6)try not to use flash. the glass might bounce off reflection into your lens if you not careful.
good luck!!! :thumbsup:
oops sorry, missed that part about the camera u were using... can't help you there. think you have to seek help from other ixus users...Originally posted by butters
pardon my ignorance, but how to use manual focus on my ixus s330?
Originally posted by mervlam
use polariser to reduce reflection
Originally posted by vivre
Yes.. You'd definately need a Polarising Filter to take pictures of things thru reflective surfaces like water, glass and plastic...
I've got 2 examples showing the effectiveness of the Polarising Filter reducing relctions off glass.... These were taken outside the
I think a faster shutter and better lighting would help too!!!