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In my Photoshop photos of people, even proofs of a wedding, some people have dark blue blotches on their eyes or mouth, please help.

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Have you cleaned your camera lens lately? I would suggest taking a photo of a clear blue sky, to see if anything shows up in the photo from dirt or smudges on the lens(es). If it is an SLR, you may need to take it to a professional to have it cleaned if anything does show up.

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