Correct Red Eye in Adobe Lightroom Creative Cloud 2015

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to correct red eye in Adobe Lightroom Creative Cloud 2015. Red eye is a common effect from point and shoot cameras when using the flash.

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    Once we have the image loaded into our "Library", we can click on "Develop" at the top right corner above the photo
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    From the "Develop" menu, we'll choose the red dot icon over on the right panel
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    This is the "Red Eye Correction" tool.
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    Once we have that selected, we can move our cursor over to the center of one of the eyes and click on it
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    After clicking, move left or right to match the width of the red dot in the center of the eye
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    Next, move up or down to match the height of the red dot
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    When we have the entire red dot within the brackets, we can let go of our click, and that will change the red spot to a black spot
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    On the right side panel are some more detailed adjustments
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    We can choose either "Red Eye" or "Pet Eye", such as a dog or some other animal.
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    We can also change the "Pupil Size"
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    In our demonstration, we'll leave it right in the middle, as that seemed to be a good space for it
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    We can also change the "Darken" effect, which would make it darker or lighter
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    Again, the default setting for this is in the middle, which will work fairly well for this particular eye.
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    We'll just repeat the same process for the other eye
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    Again, making sure the red area is inside the brackets. It's okay to go a little bit outside of the red because if we make the area too small, it will not be able to find the eye. However, going a bit over will work fine, and it will still be able to fix the red area.
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