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To shoot an object behind glass and avoid reflections from ambient light, find the angle where the least reflection is visible and adjust your shutter speed and/or aperture to accommodate a little less light.

This image was taken at shutter speed 1/125 with an aperture of f/13 and ISO 6400.

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