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Old 03-14-2019   #11
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the window light worked well here.
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I am sure there is some way to get a shot without any glare on the glasses, but I have not figured that one out yet. I was able to make it almost non existent after repositioning the glasses on her face multiple times and found that lifting the frame slightly above her ears which tilted them forward worked best.

I ask the subject to obtain an empty set of frames from their optometrist. If they can't or won't, I take shot of them without the glasses on and then Photoshop their "good eyes" into the frames of the image that has glare. As far as shooting at F 8 I tested each of my lenses to determine the sharpest aperture and then used that apreture wherever possible. They make special targets for that purpose but I simply used a newspaper.



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