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How to Avoid Flash Reflections in Glasses

Here’s a helpful tutorial on how to adjust the angle of your light sources to avoid the nasty reflections that show up in eyeglasses. It has to do with understanding and harnessing the “angle of incidence” and “angle of reflection” of your light.

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  • http://facebook.com/swiftmed Andrew MacDonald

    One of the most interesting videos I have seen on the subject. As I don’t do portrait shoots, I never would have thought about changing the angle of the light source to stop the reflection in glasses. 

    great video. :-) 

  • http://twitter.com/Transhawn Tran-Shawn Yu

    I always thought this was pretty much common sense, but I guess it’s not…

  • http://twitter.com/russianbox lloyd

    Why do they keep saying eyeglasses? this is odd. its just ‘glasses’

    silly americans with their odd words like mason jar

  • Sodufy

    haha or ‘switch out’

  • Anonymous

    It’s so refreshing to find articles like the ones you post on your site. Very informative reading. I will keep you bookmarked

    ehr emr

    quick lube

  • http://twitter.com/richardford Richard Ford

    How about a polariser?