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Old Jul 2, 2003, 3:25 AM   #1
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Alright I need some help. Trying to take pictures of this curious little fellow, I decided to use my flash.. well after somewhat making him freeze and then hop away the shot give him the dreaded red-eye!

What is the easiest way to fix redeye?



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Old Jul 2, 2003, 4:14 AM   #2
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Hi Gimli, squirrels are tough, my flash bracket puts the flash more than a foot over the center line of the lens and I get some red eye shots.

Did some real quick cloning in PS, you might want to try finding another shot (doesn't even have to be a squirrel) and cloning the eye or portions of the eye onto this one.



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I've had the same problem with herons. So even mounting it really far away doesn't always do it for some animals... good to know. I tried to clone it away, but I never got something I was happy with. When I get better with PS, I take another look at those pictures.

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Old Jul 2, 2003, 1:10 PM   #4
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Oh that does look better thanx

Now I need to learn how to clone stuff in PS
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Another way to eliminate Red Eye is to draw around the red with the lasso tool and desaturate it.
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