Window glare

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by ETAMOSS, May 3, 2004.

  1. ETAMOSS

    ETAMOSS Guest

    Anyone have any idea on how I can get rid of window glare in a photo while
    keeping the integrity of what was in the window?

    Advice on how to shoot to avoid it would be nice too.

    Thanks.
     
    ETAMOSS, May 3, 2004
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  2. Depending on what caused the glare one option would be to use a polarizer
    filter the next time you shoot but if the flash on the camera caused the
    glare you can try and shooting at an angle to have the light bounce away
    from you instead of reflecting straight back at you. As far as getting rid
    of the glare in the photo with PS it all depends on the severity of the
    glare and it 's intensity.
    Hope this helps...
     
    Paul MacGregor, May 3, 2004
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  3. I had to remove flash from eyeglasses the other day and the healing tool
    worked great for me.
     
    Harold Morgan, May 4, 2004
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  4. ETAMOSS

    E.D. Guest

    An adjustment layer (after selection of the window(s)) filled with white (or
    very light blue), opacity 50% (or different according to your taste)
     
    E.D., May 5, 2004
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