70. PSE 12 – Red Eye Removal

With most of the new cameras red eyes don’t happen as frequently as it used to.  Sometimes though it is necessary to know this quick fix.

  • In the Organizer, you can click on a picture to select it.  Then click on the icon “Instant Fix” on the lower right.  This will give you a new panel to the right of your image.  Click on the Red Eye button.  A pop up window will show you that the computer is working on your image.  And you are done.  Remember if you have used any of these automatic options and you don’t like the results, click the Undo button on the lower left.  Also you can get rid of this panel by clicking the the Instant Fix button again.
  • For the Editor Workspace:  select your image by clicking on the image, and also click on the Editor button below.  Once the space is loaded, then make sure the Expert tab is selected at the top. (Reminder: File >Save As to create a new file to work on. Blog Post #61; Also create a new layer to work on by pulling the background layer located to the right up to the icon that looks like a piece of paper and let go/OR Ctrl J. Make sure this new layer is highlighted and work on this layer, not the background)  Look to the tool boxes on your left.  In the third box down you’ll see an eye with a plus sign.  Click this tool.  You will then click on each eye that needs to be changed.
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