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@Hellfire - Remove, not add.

And the answer is, unless you can see something behind the reflection, there's no way to do it. You might try Tanel's Shadow/highlight recovery plugin...see if that helps you. :-)

EDIT: Bizarre, my apologies. I didn't get your replies. Strange lag. Disregard...

 

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Amy: But how did it end up in there?
The Doctor: You know fairy tales. A good wizard tricked it.
River Song: I hate good wizards in fairy tales; they always turn out to be him.

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Gah, I wish Paint.NET was working right now. I know what to do, but I can't try it for myself! Oh well, here's what I may have done:

1. Duplicate layer

2. Select the Gradient tool and set it to transparency mode

3. Create an eliptical gradient centered where the glare spot is*

4. Set layer blending to Multiply

5. Flatten

*you may have to right-click on the gradient nub to invert the invisible with opaque (sorry, hard to explain)

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