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Old Jan 10, 2003, 3:28 PM   #1
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I just bought the S230 and hate Canon's software. My biggest issue is redeye due to the proximity of the flash to the lens. What's the cheapest good software on the market for simple editing? I mean simple: redeye reduction, brightness, color adjustment, cropping...basic stuff. I upload my pictures to shutterfly where the redeye fix is amazing, just a matter of clicking the red pupil, but then I can't download the corrected image (only print it). Preferably such software would remove redeye with a click without having to artfully blur away the red. Any ideas? Thanks!
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Old Jan 10, 2003, 4:28 PM   #2
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Ulead's PhotoImpact has a pretty good redeye removal tool, draw a box around the offending "eye" and then choose a replacement color and an effect level and click. The PhotoImpact suite is about $80 or so and can do a lot more than just remove redeye. Ulead also has PhotoExplorer for about $30 and it also has redeye removal in its features.

Word has it that Nikon's next version of NikonView will have an auto redeye removal function in it.

I also use Andromeda Software's RedEye Pro filter with Photoshop and it works like magic but of course it needs Photoshop too.

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How about free? Take a look at 602 Pro's free PC suite including photo:

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