Shooting through glass

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Recently was able to take a midnight our of the city of Baltimore, but due to time was unable to get out and walk around. So, I was stuck with putting my Nimon D3100 right up next to the glass and going with what I could get.

What I did was go to AF-C and cranked the ISO to 3200. I'm not real comfortable shooting with that high or higher, usually the highest I'll go is 1600.

In some dark parts of town though, I couldn't get the camera to expose certain sites correctly, just totally dark. Should I have changed tue meter settings?

Thanks for the help
 
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I'd also recommend a rubber hood - it allows you to push the hood completely against the window, eliminating light reflections from the inside of the vehicle as much as possible.
 

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