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Remove flash from mirror

I have a photo taken in front of a mirror. The flash is reflected in the mirror. How can i remove it?

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Please mail me the photo at damy.damy.bobo@gmail.com..,
because when removing only the flash part,i have to see what the objects sorrounding it is like.
Later, i will explain the procedure as to how i did it.WAITING FOR UR MAIL......THANK YOU!!!!

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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