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.
Once we have the image loaded into our "Library", we can click on "Develop" at the top right corner above the photo.
From the "Develop" menu, we'll choose the red dot icon over on the right panel.
This is the "Red Eye Correction" tool.
Once we have that selected, we can move our cursor over to the center of one of the eyes and click on it.
After clicking, move left or right to match the width of the red dot in the center of the eye.
Next, move up or down to match the height of the red dot.
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.
On the right side panel are some more detailed adjustments.
We can choose either "Red Eye" or "Pet Eye", such as a dog or some other animal.
We can also change the "Pupil Size".
In our demonstration, we'll leave it right in the middle, as that seemed to be a good space for it.
We can also change the "Darken" effect, which would make it darker or lighter.
Again, the default setting for this is in the middle, which will work fairly well for this particular eye.
We'll just repeat the same process for the other eye.
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.
This was how to correct red eye in Adobe Lightroom Creative Cloud 2015.
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Video: Correct Red Eye in Adobe Lightroom Creative Cloud 2015
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