Fix red-eye Photoshop Elements 10


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Fixing red-eye

Red-eye is a very common issue in photos of people, because the flash, when it relatively close to the lens reflects light from the back of the eye back into the lens creating a reddish glow instead of dark pupil. Fortunately, it's very easy to fix in Photoshop Elements. There's actually an automatic Red-eye correction under Enhance Auto Red-eye Fix, but I find this one only works well about half the time, sometimes correcting one eye but not the other, for example. So, I generally opt for the manual approach using the Red-eye correction tool.

The first step is to zoom in on the eyes so that we can see them, so I'll hold the Ctrl and Space Bar Keys on Windows, or the Cmd and Space Bar Keys on Macintosh, and then Click and Drag to define the area I want to take a closer look at. We can see now the red eye very, very clearly. I'll go ahead, and chose the Red-eye Removal tool, and then I'll Click and Drag to define a marquee that includes both the pupil an...

Fixing red-eye
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Fixing red-eye provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Quick Fixes with Photoshop Elements 10

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