I'm new to Photoshop ( but not to photography, which I've been doing on and off for several years as a hobby ). The limit of my knowledge of Photoshop is doing levels and USM and other simple stuff. Now that I've set the context, I have a problem.
I have a picture of a nice big cathedral ( taken in Salisbury, England ) taken at night. The problem now is that on the sides of the cathedral are 2 huge spot lights, and these spotlights show up as 2 really big bright hotspots on the photo. I can't find a good crop to get rid of them, and I can't do a clone over them. Any ideas on how else can this hotspots be reduced or better still, removed ?