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The Photoshop® Elements 10 Book for Digital Photographers by Matt Kloskowski, Scott Kelby

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Removing Red Eye in Camera Raw

Camera Raw has its own built-in Red Eye Removal tool, and there’s a 50/50 chance it might actually work. Of course, my own experience has been a little less than that (more like 40/60), but hey—that’s just me. Anyway, if it were me, I’d probably be more inclined to use the regular Red Eye tool in Elements itself, which actually works fairly well, but if you’re charging by the hour, this might be a fun place to start. Here’s how to use this tool, which periodically works for some people, somewhere. On occasion. Perhaps.

Step One:

Open a photo in Camera Raw that has the dreaded red eye (like the one shown here). To get the Red Eye Removal tool, you can press the letter E or just click on its icon up in Camera Raw’s ...

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