I'm trying to take product photos of some eye glasses.
The glasses are metal and plastic. For these photos, the LENSES are REMOVED so they do not constitute a problem.
I am trying to photograph the frames without ANY specular reflection. I've had a lot of success taming the specular reflection by doing the following.
1 - Linearly polarize the light sources and the lens. 2 - Move lights in angles where the specular reflection is minimized. 3 - Remove all other unpolarized light sources (dark room)
Although I've been able to greatly reduce the specular reflection, there is still the reflections of the light bulbs themselves as tiny spots or smudges on the plastic and metal glass surfaces.
Is there any method that would allow me to get rid of any and all specular reflection in this scenario?