Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by cmendoza, Nov 8, 2005.
Now for my question how do you reduce glare off glass like this? I was in intese sunlight and I could not get good macros through the glass.
I'm not the greatest with the camera I keep trying to play with the settings and trying to learn this game. I want to get new lens since I LOVE taking macro shots them are my favorite. I just don't know what lens to go with the fish eye looked fun and I want a macro one for the G6.
Just give me input I know these pictures aren't any good.
Oh, and don't bother with add-on lenses for P&S cameras.
If you like taking Macro then I would suggest getting the marco lens. The pic with the glare ... the only thing you can do is get a polorizing filter. not sure if you can get one for the camera you have but that will get rid of most of your glare
alright, because it was really frustrating. I kept trying to get clean shots but the glare was just so bad! I will have to research on the polorizing filter but I guess I will ask quick but does it go right over the lens something you hold or how what exactly is it?
Yup. Circular Polarizer.
For most P&S cameras, you need a filter attachment thingy.
In your case, you must buy the Canon Conversion Lens Adapter LA-DC58D. And 58mm filters.
yeah, seen that. When you get a lens say the marco or what not *i'm an idot * does it just make it easier to get close to the object / more detail? Or if you could explain it to me.
I think they let your get closer to the subject, thus increasing the reproductiuon ratio.