I have a friend who's asked me to help her get some new headshots. Happy to do it, of course, but there's a technical problem that I don't know how to overcome. She has an eye condition, forget what it's called, but it makes her retina reflect light like a cat (sadly, it also makes her blind in that eye). To look at her, you'd never know, but because of the reflection effect, one eye seems to really glow for a camera when lit properly. Obviously, the goal would be for her eyes to look balanced, but if I use any standard technique that would result in catch lights in the eye, one of them will be several stops brighter than the other. I'm sure there's some technique or approach that would allow me to compensate, but I have no idea of what. Would appreciate any suggestions, comments, etc you can provide.