Removing Reflections From Your Client's Glasses
This walkthrough is in response to a question on our forum. Rob Dunse (who kindly provided the photograph that I use in this walkthrough) asked if there's a way of removing those nasty, purple reflections you sometimes get when photographing someone who is wearing glasses. It occurs when you can't fi...

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I just had this happen with some headshots and had no idea how to fix it. I can’t wait to try it. You’re a genius!

Rachel Thornhill
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Hey Paul, thank you for this, working through it on some headshots at the moment. I have a question though, I’ve got stuck when you start using the brush tool to paint out the purple haze. Neither pen nor mouse are painting anything, and I’ve been through the settings for the brush at the top of your screen and can’t seem to work it out. Brush hardness is 100%, and I’m definitely working in the colour correction layer. Do you by any chance have any ideas?! Thank you in advance, Rachel x