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Easy way to get rid of highlights in facial hair?

 
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May 28, 2013 15:58 |  #1

Hello! Before I start manually darkening each and every facial hair that is blownout in the picture below (and the dozen more that I need to process), I thought I should ask if anyone knew of a quick and easy way?


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May 28, 2013 16:00 |  #2

Just for Men. With a little grey on my chin, pics of me turn out the same way.


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May 28, 2013 16:03 |  #3

You could try curves or the whites slider. I'm not sure if you can selectively adjust that in LR4.


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May 28, 2013 16:09 |  #4

clone stamp or spot removal. 30 sec and you're done


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May 28, 2013 17:02 |  #5

Definitely agreeing with the clone stamp option, best way to get rid of this issue you are having.


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May 28, 2013 18:53 as a reply to  @ ktan7's post |  #6

Shave first - photo second...


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May 28, 2013 21:40 |  #7

thanks folks! clone it is




  
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May 29, 2013 17:31 |  #8

Clone stamp/spot removal


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May 29, 2013 18:24 |  #9

Curves adjustment using a localized luminosity mask.


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May 30, 2013 08:54 |  #10

Burn it with burn options set to "Highlights"


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