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Chapter 8. Photo Editing and Enhancement > Red-Eye Correction and JPEG Artifact...

Red-Eye Correction and JPEG Artifact Removal

Two more problems the digital photographer will occasionally meet are red-eye and JPEG artifacts. Red-eye is that pesky discoloration you find in the eyes of people or pets in your portraits taken with a digital flash. JPEG artifacts are areas of murkiness that you find in JPEG images that have been overcompressed. Paint Shop Pro provides you with the means for dealing with each of these problems.

You could correct red-eye by hand by making a selection, adjusting the color of the selection, deselecting, and adding a glint with the Paint Brush or Airbrush. Red-eye Removal makes your work a bit easier, though. Take a look at the Red-eye Removal dialog box, shown in Figure 8.27.


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