A method was found to tenor down the bothersome reflections that often appear when you take a picture through the window. The bothersome reflections appear because some of the light bouncing off you also bounces off the glass, especially if it's double-paned. To reduce this effect, the researchers made a program that carefully inspects the image in tiny 8-by-8-pixel blocks. By comparing that to thousands of other blocks in other images, the program can reliably tell whether certain parts of the picture are reflections or not. Then the colors are tugged to make the reflected parts of the picture less visible. The process worked well on nearly a hundred pictures with troublesome reflections. In time it could be included in programs like Photoshop or even on smartphones, just like red-eye reduction and other photo editing tools.