I'm creating this thread in case anyone has tips for how to tackle reflectivity and glass in particular.
I've heard it said or read it written in very dismissive ways, that all you've got to do when photographing glass or highly reflective surfaces, is dust it with talc powder, take a smoke-machine to it for a little while, or hit it with hairspray.
Yeah, tell that to the owner of a car that costs over half a million dollars: bit.ly/2fzAaiD
The owner of a car that costs over a million and a half: bit.ly/2fVTcnz
The owner of a helicopter worth $10 million: bit.ly/2fVVcMF
OR, tell it to the owner of a car that is beyond value: bit.ly/2fueLs5
The solution needs to be in how the images are taken and how they're processed (prior to and while within the photogrammetry software).
I ain't dusting no LaFerrari.