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Lesson 3. Adjusting Color in Images > Project 3: Changing eye color in an image

Project 3: Changing eye color in an image

Red eye occurs when a camera flash is reflected off the human retina so that the dark center of the eye looks bright red. The Red Eye tool () is a simple, automatic, and highly convincing solution to this problem. The use of this tool is so easy and it is so well described in Help and in the How To palette, that there’s little need to re-explain it here. If you have photographs that exhibit the red-eye phenomenon, you really owe it to yourself to check out the Red Eye tool on your own.

As smart as the Red Eye tool is, its use is limited to red eyes. You can’t use it to make your brown eyes blue. It won’t work for other colors of retinal reflections, such as the glowing eyes of an animal struck by a light beam or camera flash. Luckily for us, there’s another tool that does the job almost as easily as the Red Eye tool.


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