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its possible, but you need to post an image, and you need to describe more.

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In most cases, including this particular picture, you can't.

The pixels behind the glare are 'burned', actually it's just plain white.

For sure, you could try copying the other eye with the clone stamp, or redraw it, but I don't think it's worth the effort.

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I tried taking the left side of the left eye and putting it over the glare on the right eye. Then I took the right side of the right eye and put that over the glare on the left eye...

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Other that than that you would need to reference color data (copy/paste desired section) from a picture where there is no glare, or the subject is not wearing glasses.

 

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It was easy. I just used Alpha Mask import to isolate the data inside the lenses. Then I move the left eye over the right eye and vice verse. All I had to do then was use transparent gradients to blend them in and remove the unwanted portions...

 

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