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#1 Damien Bhatti

Damien Bhatti
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Posted 17 November 2008 - 01:32 PM

I am making a glass perspective type box ala Yuri Norstein,

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like in the photo, with images laid out onto the panes and filmed from above like a rostrum.

however when i turn my lights on, obviously i get hideous reflections which i do not want.

Does anybody have any ideas? what is Norsteins way around this? Should I try and get museum glass that is non reflective, and does that even work with lighting equipment?

Perhaps a polarizer filter as well?

Thanks
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