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Removing Red-eye


The Sleepover Club [Natalie & friends, 26 Jul 2001; Photo by Tasha]

The bane of flash photography is red, glowing eyes, caused by flashgun light reflecting back from the subject's retinas. Many cameras have mechanisms to reduce this; it usually works by producing a lower-intensity 'pre-flash' which causes the pupils to close up before the photograph is actually taken with the main flash.

Except, of course, you forget to turn it on. Here's how to remove those evil eyes in Photodesk.


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