No one knows exactly how many zillions of photos were ruined by the red eye effect, but the advancement of photo equipment hasn’t changed the situation much. Millions of photos are still taken on a daily basis to be later discarded as trash due to the red eye effect found in them. This effect has long been the bane of all digital photographers using inexpensive equipment with a flash. Today, however, the removal of the red eye effect is a standard feature found in many professional photo editing suites and various specialized filters, such as AlphaPlugins RedEyes 1.0.
AlphaPlugins RedEyes 1.0 is an absolutely free Photoshop plugin featuring an extremely efficient semi-automatic algorithm of red eye reduction. The tool is very straightforward — all you need to do is to install it to your Photoshop’s plugin folder, then launch Photoshop and select it from the Filters/AlphaPlugins menu. The plugin menu lets you make a rectangular selection around the area affected by the red eye effect and remove it with a single mouse click. Which is more, the plugin lets you adjust the result of the red eye removal procedure and adjust the lightness of the color-corrected area — in other words, define how dark the eyes in the photo will be. The program has the only serious limitation — red eye correction works well with high-quality human photos only. Images of low quality or images depicting imaginary creatures may not be the best objects for red eye removal.
If you are looking for an affordable and high-quality Photoshop filter for red eye effect removal, you will hardly find a better option than AlphaPlugins RedEyes 1.0.
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AlphaPlugins RedEyes 1.0 AlphaPlugins RedEyes is a plugin filter for Photoshop. It designed to remove the red eyes effect from photos which were made with a flash. This filter has a smart semi automatic
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