My dad recently bought this lighting fixture from EBAY, but I don't think it's sufficient for a planted 65 gal tall tank. http://www.ledwholesalers.com/store/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=351 Am I wrong?
Leaning a sheet of cardboard or something on the fixture would work, then the camera would automatically adjust to a more realistic light level.You can't really tell how much light you have from a photo, but that looks like a lot of light! Two of them would easily give uniform light for that tank. I sure wish you could borrow a PAR meter to measure the light down at the substrate - it looks like high light.
If you make a simple box-like hood to hold the LED panels, you could stop the glare from shining in people's faces. Just make the box deep enough for the sides to shade the glare.