I recently had a problem with photographs at a wedding where the majority of 500 images have reflections covering all dark surfaces of the image. The wedding was outdoors in a covered pavillion, there was a lake in the background, and almost all photographs with the lake in the background show an inverted reflection of the leaves of a tree over dark surfaces in the image. By dark surfaces, I'm referring mostly to the suits of the groom and groomsmen, but also to heavily shadowed areas of the image's foreground as well. I'd like to know two things, if anyone has any information that could help. . . First, how does something like this happen? I can't see any physically possible way for the lake to have reflected the tree, as the tree was 50 feet away and the lake was 200 feet away. Second, I'd appreciate any suggestions on a way to edit this flaw out of the images. Obviously, it being a wedding, I can't get these photos again. Any help on either issue would be greatly appreciated. PS I am almost completely unfamiliar with forums and forum etiquette, so please accept my apologies if this is posted under the wrong category or if the information requested or presented is poorly written.