Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Removing red-eye, part of Enhancing Photos with iPhoto.
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Chances are, you'll either have a lot of images with red eye, or no images with red eye.…You see, it's all in how you set up your camera.…Most cameras have options to help the flash cut down on red eye.…Typically, red eye is caused by low light situations where the flash is bouncing…off the back of the eye, and it's reflected into the camera.…The way around this is to play with the delay or the sync settings on the flash,…and it's usually just a split second.…But most cameras have continued to tweak this setting, even automatically…setting it, because nobody likes red eye.…
However, if you end up with an image with red eye, you can easily fix it.…Now, in this case here, I don't think I've actually shot a red eye photo…in almost four years.…This is my son, who you'll see more of later, and he's a baby here.…That's the last time I had a camera that actually shot red eye, and my wife took…this picture; that's why there's redeye.…All right, let's zoom in.…I'll press 2 to take it to 200%, and you'll see under the Quick Fixes tab is Fix Red-Eye.…
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- Cropping for better composition
- Rotating an image
- Making a levels adjustment
- Adjusting shadows or highlights
- Increasing saturation
- Converting to black and white
- Creating sepia-tone effects
- Using the Retouch Brush
- Sharpening photos
- Adding borders
- Copying and pasting adjustments