In this video we are going to explain why you should at least have one rubber lens hood in you camera bag. It’s mainly not using it as a plain lens hood, but for taking photos or videos through windows. As often you would get reflections on the glass and to avoid that you can use a rubber lens hood to cover the glass so there won’t be any reflections visible in your shots.

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Shoot Through Windows with a Rubber Lens hood Tip

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