Taking photos through glass windows can be such a pain. Good that there are things that can help. I took this photo of the Gare Montparnasse in Paris, from the top of the Tour Monparnasse right next to it. And as they are very close to each other, the only way is to take the shot through the glass windows of the top floor.
And this is vhere the Lenskirt came really handy. I stuck it to the window, put the camera in and got no reflections at all. It was a bit harder, as I used a 17mm tilt-shift, and that is really wide. I could see the Lenskirt in the corners of the shots. So I ended up trying to move the camera around and closer to the window. I had to be quite careful also, as the lens front is a bulb, not flat. I would not want to touch it to the glass. In the end, I took only around 6 photos that evening, but they are worth it :)
This is a two shot vertorama, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.