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How to you deal with reflections in glasses?

 
ShutterKlick
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Nov 25, 2017 00:06 |  #16

Glint in glasses is a pet peeve of mine and my OCD will not allow it... if I can help it. I never have them remove glasses, because if they wear glasses then they are not natural.


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This was the best I could get and still keep my lighting the way I wanted it. It was quite a task but Im mostly satisfied with it.

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This one, the light may not be quite what I was wanting, but I got zero glint. I am still learning and experimenting.

I do hope to buy a mannequin to practice with, and one thing I will be doing is putting some Walmart reading glasses on it to try to improve that area.

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Dec 17, 2017 14:58 |  #17

ShutterKlick wrote in post #18503616 (external link)
Glint in glasses is a pet peeve of mine and my OCD will not allow it... if I can help it. I never have them remove glasses, because if they wear glasses then they are not natural.


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This was the best I could get and still keep my lighting the way I wanted it. It was quite a task but Im mostly satisfied with it.

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This one, the light may not be quite what I was wanting, but I got zero glint. I am still learning and experimenting.

I do hope to buy a mannequin to practice with, and one thing I will be doing is putting some Walmart reading glasses on it to try to improve that area.

Andrew

Chin down, project forehead towards the camera, problem almost always solved.


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