We've built out a small 3 camera video studio, but we have a big issue. On the wall we have a large TV used for presentations. We have 4 Flolight fluorescent light fixtures hung from the lighting truss on the ceiling. The problem that we have, (if you already haven't guessed it) is that we are catching the lighting in the TV screen reflection. The screen seems to have the anti-glare coating, so it's not glossy at all. The camera in the center that shoots straight onto it doesn't catch much of it, so that one isn't bad. However the side cameras catch all of it.
From digging around, I see that you can use a polarizer on the front of the lighting, and then a polarizer filter on the front of the camera lens. But my question is regarding what type of polarizers to purchase to properly remove the lighting in the screen.
Should both be circular, or both be linear?
How would I best hang the polarizer in front of the lighting fixtures?