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help, please! - Purple and blue color on every image of my subjects glasses.

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Sep 13, 2020

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Hi there in a bit of a rut.  I've spent countless hours on youtube and with customer support trying to figure out how to get rid of this unsighlty issue that is on basically every photo. My subject wore glasses and during the shoot I did not see this purple/blue color that was casting off his glasses. If anyone can guide me on how to get rid of this issue I will forever be greatful!

 

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help, please! - Purple and blue color on every image of my subjects glasses.

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Hi there in a bit of a rut.  I've spent countless hours on youtube and with customer support trying to figure out how to get rid of this unsighlty issue that is on basically every photo. My subject wore glasses and during the shoot I did not see this purple/blue color that was casting off his glasses. If anyone can guide me on how to get rid of this issue I will forever be greatful!

 

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That is the sky reflecting in the lenses. Make a hue/saturation adjustment layer and paint a mask for the blue area, then use the target tool or select blue and change the hue and/or saturation to minimize the blue.

 

Edit:

Actually the hue saturation layer didn't work all that well. You might have have to create a new layer set to color blend mode and paint in surrounding color to match. Then use a curves adjustment layer to tone down the reflection.

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