Glare on eyeglasses

Explorer ,
Jun 06, 2018

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Hi All,

Any tips for removing glare on a client's eyeglasses on film?

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Shelley

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Jun 06, 2018

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use an extra light on the model to keep the glare down when you take the photo

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Explorer ,
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Thanks!

How about correcting it in post-edits?  Any suggestions?

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it would help to know what software you are using to make these edits;

Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Prem pro and After effects all bring to mind depending on the job needs

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Jun 07, 2018

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Sure no problem...using premier, photoshop and after effects

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Jun 08, 2018

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ok for Photoshop I would use the the trick WobertC posted... another model image can be used if you don't have a photo of that same person without their specs but at the end of the day,

best results = fix it at the camera first

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 07, 2018

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shelleyp82438848  wrote

Thanks!

How about correcting it in post-edits?  Any suggestions?

Best advice I have seen Pre&Post is-

Take two images of the person- 1) with specs, 2) without specs. by quickly asking person to remove glasses without shifting position.

In Photoshop- layer the 2) 'good' eyes over 1) the 'glare' eyes.

Even reduce opacity of 'good' eyes if you want to show a faint touch of glare.

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.1.1, Photoshop 22.2, Lightroom 4.1, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Try putting a layer into the Camera Raw filter and use dehaze. It can reduce the reflection, but not completely eliminate it. You may not want to eliminate all the reflection.

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