focal length: 24 mm
shutter speed: 1/1000
aperture: f/3.2
ISO: 200
flash: none

Shooting through glass or even worse, a badly scratched bubble plexiglass of some sort, can be tough with the reflections and imperfections in the material. To lessen the reflection, you can use a polarizer or boost contrast and blacks in post processing as I have done here. Here’s the SOOC for comparison.

I asked her to look at the camera and this is what I get. Poor child looks like she’s trapped in a bubble and screaming her head off, when in reality, she was just making her “happy and excited” face. Ah well.

Laura is a Vancouver wedding and portrait photographer. Visit laurahana.com.