I recently had the chance to shoot some stills and time-lapse from the City Center in Las Vegas.
To make shooting through the double glass windows easier we used Lenskirts. The LENSKIRT is a portable, flexible hood which you attach to the end of your camera lens. It allows you to shoot pictures / video through glass without internal environmental reflections such as yourself, room lights, camera flashes, light leak from under a door. . This makes it the ideal tool for shooting time-lapse or video from behind glass. It was designed by cinematographer Frank Glencairn and is sold by LetusDirect.
The concept is pretty straight forward, but the product is very well-made. The unit sells for $49 at http://www.lenskirt.com and Ive already picked up 2 for my kit.
The resulting view was great. The above shot was a 3-second exposure and there’s no reflection.
Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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