@baedgarefren0 asked 8 months ago.

How to fix glare from glasses using gimp?

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@gimmycocann answered 7 months ago.

When using the clone tool in GIMP, you’re making an exact duplicate of the image, so any flaws are going to show up in the duplicate as well. This is especially true if you’re trying to clone out the glare from glasses.
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@jofummysit answered 7 months ago.

You can fix glare from glasses using GIMP very easily. For this you need to open your image and then blur the background using Gaussian blur. After this you need to select the glasses using the Polygonal lasso tool or any other tool of your choice. After selecting the glasses, use the burn tool to darken the glasses.
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@nipparuppyl answered 7 months ago.

Well, you don’t have to buy an expensive anti-glare coating for your glasses. All you have to do is use a simple photo editing program. Open up the photo where you’re wearing your glasses and use the Dodge and Burn tools to make it look like you don’t have glasses on.
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@zylelasen answered 7 months ago.

I used the magic wand to select the glare and then the clone tool to clone it away. You can also use the burn and dodge tools to darken and lighten the glare.
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@taffahessurre answered 7 months ago.

In GIMP, open the image you want to edit. Select the Select by Color tool. Click on the color that you want to change. In the dialog box that appears, select the eyedropper and click on the color you want to change.
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