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Note: Tried dehaze slider in Lightroom. Didn't help.
From you image, it looks like an issue called Silvering. You can eliminate it, but you have to do it when copying the photo. It requires using two light sources at 45 degrees to the print, Nd the lights have to have polarizing filters over them. Then you need a polarizing filter over your lens. This will eliminate reflections as well as silvering.
Wow, I never thought a polarizing filter would penetrate that haze! I have a polarizing filter for my camera, but not lights. Playing around in photoshop has given me some good results though. I'll post here in a bit.
If you're doing a lot of copying, it's worth it to get the filters for the lights.
Figured it out! Found a Youtube guide on removing silvering.
I did some instructions for removing silvering using photoshop elements, however, it should work in photoshop as well.
Though Chuck Uebele use of cross polarization filters yields a much better result.
Here's an example of what cross polarization filters can do to remove silvering.