New to the forums, first post! Here's the deal: Once a week I take between 5-7 group portraits with 10-20 people in each. I am using three lights w/umbrellas. Left and right are high, bounced off of the white ceiling, and one is centered, low, about 12 feet in front of the people. My problem is with glasses glare. I have usually 2-5 people in each group wearing glasses, and while some glare is easily fixed by cloning, patching, healing, etc in Photoshop, some is too bad to fix without making it worse. This wouldn't be a problem if I had ample time to work with each group, specifically the people wearing glasses, but I have to get the groups in and out in less than 10 minutes and come out with a decent photo. I don't have time to rearrange lights for each group, or ask people to remove lenses. I don't like people taking off their glasses either--they ususally squint and look unnatural. I've resorted to taking one exposure with everyone's glasses off, then the rest with them on, and playing cut and paste with the eyes. This works, but can be tedious if there are a lot of glasses. The glare usually comes from the low, front light, but changing angle doesn't work, and lights everyone unevenly. In general I am happy with the exposures, its just those dang glasses! Thoughts about this?