Hi, I am an amateur photographer who works in the creative line... Took some photography classes in college and worked in a darkroom. I know basic stuff about exposure and f-stops, etc... I recently took a photo of a childseat that I wanted to put up for sale. There was one thing I noticed in the photo. The white plastic glows. Does anyone know how I can re-shoot this photo so that the white plastic does not appear to glow? This photo was shot with natural lighting from the window from the left using a consumer point-and-shoot camera. - Does the problem lie within the inferior optics used? Or is it a question of lighting or technique?