I'd like to know any methods you people use to avoid getting reflections of flashes on people's glasses? I've tried all sorts of ceiling and wall bouncing but I'd always end up with a white light in both lenses of the specs.
Rob said:Have them stand at a 45deg angle to you and light them from their behind (about 45deg to you and 90 to them). That way, the light is cast from the rear of their glasses, removing any shadows on cheeks and preventing the need for a full-facial rabbit headlight shot.
Glorsclaws said:I dont know if this works but I read that if you cant take the glass out of the frames then angle the specs so the glass points slightly down with the frame raising up above the ear, the tilt is supposed to avoid some of the glare!