"Flashy" eyes after red eye removed



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"Flashy" eyes after red eye removed

Postby Sam » Sat, 05 Feb 2005 04:40:08 GMT

I was forced to do some low level light pics with just the internal flash 
(canon eos10D)
which yielded the dreaded "red eye".When I removed the red I was left with 
large flash light
reflections (huge highlights?)which still impart an "alien"or "demonic" 
quality to the eyes.
Do I have to reconstruct the irises/pupils in PSCS (how?) or is there some 
other way to recover
more natural looking eyes?



Re: "Flashy" eyes after red eye removed

Postby SamMan » Sun, 06 Feb 2005 08:16:28 GMT

Can you post an example (not on this group, of course) of what you are 
ending up with?

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Re: "Flashy" eyes after red eye removed

Postby Brian » Sun, 06 Feb 2005 09:41:33 GMT

What you will have to Sam, unfortunately, is "paint in" some of the eye 
to reduce the size of the 'light' area. Use either black, or a sampling 
of the eye colour itself if there is any to sample from. Just a few dabs 
will fix the problem and should be inconspicuous if done properly. If 
you want to send me one of the pics, I can show you what I mean.


Re: "Flashy" eyes after red eye removed

Postby SamMan » Sun, 06 Feb 2005 12:01:07 GMT

Well, Brian, that all depends on which Sam you are talking to...
If you are asking *me* to send you one of the pics, then the Sam you thought 
was the right Sam is not the Sam that you want sending the pic! That Sam 
would be a different Sam than the present Sam...  ;-)

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Re: "Flashy" eyes after red eye removed

Postby Brian » Sun, 06 Feb 2005 15:23:01 GMT

oh i c

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