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Jay
#1
Assuming you are talking fish photography in which case the following works for me:
- don't use flash
- do whatever you can to prevent glare...from windows, lights etc.
- shoot straight at the glass not at an angle to the glass
- get a camera with a fast shutter or burst, something like 10 frames per second or better
- of course have clean glass/acrylic
- use sport/wild life type settings, anything to deal with the fast motion of the fish