When it's allowed, I like to photograph museum exhibits. My favorite gear is the Canon 6D and 24-70 f2.8 II lens. I never use flash.
The problem I encounter is the glare and reflections due to the exhibits being housed in glass enclosures. I try to position myself to
reduce the reflections, but I still get them.
Another problem is the museum lighting. One museum I visit often use a large number of miniature floodlights mounted on the ceiling.
This shows up as small spots of light on my photos.
Any suggestions on minimizing these unwanted artifacts? Perhaps a lens filter? Post processing techniques?
Here's two examples. Note the reflections and spots of light...
Willie Mays jersey
Babe Ruth's pants