Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Removing pet eye glow, part of Learning Photoshop Elements 12.
If you love animals and you take lots of…pictures of your pets, I'm sure you've run into this…situation at one time or another where you take…a photo with the flash on your camera turned on.…And you end up with a colored glow in your pet's eyes like…the green glow that you see here in this cute dog Wiki's eyes.…Sometimes the glow is green like this or it might be white or yellow.…Blue, sometimes it's even red.…Now, there is a similar effect in humans called…red-eye, and for some time now, elements has had a red-eye tool in the expert…edit workspace and in the quick edit…workspace to remove red-eye from a human's eyes.…
But that tool never quite did the job on pet eye glow like this.…Now, there's a special option to remove pet eye glow.…Let's take a look at that option here in the expert edit workspace.…You can do this same thing in the quick edit workspace.…Here in expert edit.…I'm going to zoom in, so we can really…see the dog's eyes. By selecting the zoom tool.…And then, clicking the one to one option in the tool options bar.…
- Importing photos from a hard drive or camera
- One-click editing with Instant Fix
- Making Quick Edits to color and lighting
- Adding effects in Quick Edit
- Straightening with content-aware fill
- Working with folders and files in the Organizer
- Keyword tagging
- Making albums
- Sharing photos via email or social media
Skill Level Beginner
1. Importing Photos to the Organizer
2. Simplified Photo Editing
3. Introduction to Expert Editing
4. Managing Photos in the Organizer
5. Sharing Your Photos
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