I'm having some trouble with Glare getting on my color checker.
so here's how my studio is set up.
I have my shadow box 4 feet away from me
I have fabric blocking glare from the light source on my Shadowbox
I set my light up at 35 degree's from my canvas to get no glare on my Canvas.
I have black fabric behind my light as seen in the attached pictures as well as a darkly painted room so I get no glare from behind me.
so my light and studio is set up perfectly where there is no glare on my canvas.
Unfortunately I'm,getting a real nasty glare on my color checker.
Watching Draw Mix Paint's videos he mentions that glare on a color checker comes from what's above and beyond the Color checker.
I've held up cardboard. hung black fabric from the ceiling and I cant seems to get rid of the Glare on the color checker.
As seen in the attached pictures I get rid of the Glare on the color checker by tilting it away from the light towards the wall.
so my question is how can I get rid of the glare on my color checker and still have a perfect studio lighting for my canvas?