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Re: How do you take out the reflection of my flash in sunglasses in photoshop?

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Dave JohnsonRe: How do you take out the reflection of my flash in sunglasses in photoshop?
by on Nov 25, 2009 at 3:13:26 pm

It's hard to say without seeing the image ... might be best to upload a sample image with your post. In any case, perhaps you could just zoom way in and use a combination of the clone stamp and feathered copy/paste from the other eye to fill the glare with the correct surrounding colors. That'll be far more complicated if the person's eye is visible through the sunglasses and/or it's an extreme close-up.

To avoid the same issue in the future, you might consider using a reflector to bounce light onto the subject instead of having the flash point directly into the person's eyes.


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