Horrible Glare Problem...Great View but...Marvin 366?
I'm remodeling our beach house in northern California as a permanent residence.
The western view is gorgeous but the glare is so bad I can't even stay in the living room from about 5:30-8:30 PM due to glare off the ocean, the sun itself. I've had guests have to wear sunglasses in our house.
Contractor has me using Marvin 366 glass and the glass guy says it will work. I looked at the samples for days and it did not cut the glare I could see.
There has to be better glare glass that this, does anybody know of a glass that could work? It seems ridiculous to me, as a photographer, that no glass is made like a neutral density filter...basically grey glass that cuts glare.
Any info on shades that really work would be appreciated too. I currently have two layers, one of dark blue mylar, other is the mesh. They don't help the sun glare enough.
I feel like I should be able to see the view at sunset, surely there is some glass or shade that will help with all the new tech advances.