There are common problems that you will face when working with pictures of people. These problems range from a person who has acne, to someone with dark circles under their eyes, or to someone with red eye. In this video, Richard Harrington walks you through removing the red eye that can happen from a camera’s flash in Adobe Lightroom.
- Red eye is a problem that often happens…when you're shooting with some cameras…in lower light situations.…Typically, it's caused by the flash on the camera.…And if you don't use a feature like red eye reduction,…sometimes the subject's eyes really have a problem…and reflect back some of the light.…It's all tied to the eyes being comfortable…to the lighting situation,…and flash is what tends to cause this.…Now this has become less of an issue as more cameras…build red eye reduction right into the camera itself.…
But let me show you how Lightroom can fix this as well.…Let's select a photo here that has some red eye.…And I'll zoom in to see the eyes.…Red eye can happen because the light…is reflected from the back of the retina.…You'll find a dedicated red eye removal tool.…It's right here.…And all you need to do is tell it to remove red eye.…You'll also notice that it supports pet eye.…This is because sometimes when taking pictures…of animals like dogs or cats,…you can also get an unwanted eye cast in the scene.…
- Sizing an image
- Fixing exposure problems
- Fixing an image that is too bright or too dark
- White balancing a photo
- Changing the color of an object
- Fixing red eye and dark circles
- Controlling focus, perspective, and backgrounds
- Blurring backgrounds
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sizing an Image
2. Exposure Problems
3. Color Problems
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4. Retouching Problems
5. Controlling Focus, Perspective, and Backgrounds
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