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#1 Lynn Herrick Photography

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Posted 16 July 2008 - 03:25 PM

Hi, hoping someone can help me with this. I'm a portrait photographer but just took some product shots of this lamp for a designer and unfortunately, the whole studio and all my lights are reflected in it! Anyone know of a photoshop process I can use to get rid of the hot lights/reflection but not lose the look of the lamp. Photo can be found at http://www.herrickph...co.uk/lamp.html
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Posted 17 July 2008 - 03:36 AM

Hi Lynn,
Use the clone tool but change the mode from "normal" to "color"
When you clone with this the texture will not change but the color will change to the cloned from spot.
I downloaded your lamp and tried it and it works fine.
john

QUOTE (Lynn Herrick Photography @ Jul 17 2008, 01:25 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi, hoping someone can help me with this. I'm a portrait photographer but just took some product shots of this lamp for a designer and unfortunately, the whole studio and all my lights are reflected in it! Anyone know of a photoshop process I can use to get rid of the hot lights/reflection but not lose the look of the lamp. Photo can be found at http://www.herrickph...co.uk/lamp.html
Thanks for any and all help!

Lynn


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