Any method to minimise reflections in photos using Photoshop


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espion

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better to avoid altogether.

clone, patch, etc if you die die cannot avoid, but not most satisfactory.

append below is one with reflection - of me taking the pic - removed.

 

espion

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just utter abacadabrakakaboomboom and poof the irritating reflection disappears

but in this case I positioned myself at a spot that is easily clone/patch away and so not too problematic, but if u scrutinised hard enuff you know where I was.

PS: could I be hiding behind a mannequin?
 

giantcanopy

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PS: could I be hiding behind a mannequin?
haha yea man and use a telephoto to shoot.
U did hell of a great job clone stamping yourself off using PS, got the original shot to share ?

kababoom, do you refer to this kind of mirror reflections ? if things like water reflections and stuffs u can minimise by using a polarizing filter. There are people who shoots interiors and use Perspective Control Lenses to shoot mirrors without getting themselves in it (thats not the main function of the existence of PC lens but it works! )

Ryan
 

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