'Maters in a milk jar
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|I have been trying to learn about lighting..I usually work with natural light. The light source was froma flashlight. I kept getting glare on the glass. Can anyone tell me if there is a filter that will take that out. I did use a UV filter.|
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I don't know what kind of filter would have got rid of the glare on the glass without getting rid of the glare on the "maters" and the lid but I don't see why you would want to. This shot is cool the way that it is. You couldn't improve this if you tried.
This is a good photo idea. I like the way you used your lighting to show just a few edges of the jar. I don't thing the glare is bad here and the red is a good color to use for this.
If you want a softer light I would suggest covering the light with something to diffuse it like you would do with a flash. maybe a handkerchief or something like that to take some of the glare from your light.
I like the darkness from the lighting set up used. Flashlights come in handy don't they. I've used one many times for photos. My only suggestion for the glare on glass, and also water, is to buy a circular polarizer. It will eliminate most, if not all, of the glare. I like the use of the tomatoes in the jar as it is a very interesting subject to shoot.