More than once we have not found an interesting scene that took place on the other side of a window or a window that could not be opened. And we may have doubts about whether or not the picture should be taken because of the reflections that normally occur when shooting behind a glass. Fortunately, there are ways to fix the problem.
A very typical example is a trip by car, train, bus or plane, where at some point you found something to hold on to the other side of the window. Or maybe when you arrived in a hotel room (if you were lucky), you had a nice view of the city, but unfortunately you have no choice but to see it from the other side of the glass because the window is impractical.
In any case, there are many occasions when no other photo can be taken from the other side. This can be the cause of many problems, especially if the image is reflected by the elements placed around the window when we place them in front of us.
To avoid this, you can follow the tips we have collected to help you reduce the reflections as effectively as possible, so you may not even notice you’re shooting through a glass. We go with them: