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How to remove sun glare

How to remove sun glare

Imagine that you have got in a great sunny day with friends on the nature.

To this memory over the years did not disappear, you need to capture it in a photo. But then, bad luck, photo damaged by sun glare.

Do not worry, this small troubles can easily be corrected with the help of Photoshop all your favorite programs.

How to do it, read on.

You will need

  • Photoshop



Reset the photo from your camera flash drive to your computer, to eliminate sun glare in the photo. Start the Adobe Photoshop program.


Through it, open the photo you want to edit. Then create a new layer. On the toolbar, find the Eye Dropper. This tool is shown in the form of a pipette.


If you want to correct the person removing it sun glare, select the area of ​​the skin, the color that you think best, and click on it with a pipette.


Note that you need to choose the color, which is something in between the darkest and the lightest variant thereof. Once you have chosen, the specified color is automatically determined on the palette.


Click on the toolbar, a small brush and paint over all the highlights in the image. Painted over to be on a new layer. Please note that after this picture loses its naturalness.


To resolve this, apply the function"The mixing of the layers." To do this, make a copy of the original layer (Duplicate layer command). Then, place a copy of the new and the original layer. Line Blending Mode to change the blending mode, giving it a value Color.


Take the Burn tool on the tool bartools to remove sun glare. Set brush hardness value of 0. In sections Range and Exposure Set the Highlights and 10%, respectively.


Paint brush overexposed parts of a photo. This will smooth out the irregularities of color and make it more uniform. On the toolbar, take the Blur tool. This instrument blur some parts of the photo.


Blend the edges of shaded spots, so they do not stand out. Then change the opacity of the middle layer (a copy of the base layer), giving it a value of 50%

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