Retouching and restoring images
2 In the After preview area, drag to center the red eyes of the
subject. If necessary, use the Zoom control to see the eyes in more
3 Choose a color variation option from the Hue and Color drop-lists.
Note: The Hue drop-list is available only for the Auto Human Eye
4 From the Method drop-list, choose one of the following
• Auto Human Eye — automatically selects the correction area
and chooses settings appropriate for a human eye
• Auto Animal Eye — automatically selects the correction area
and chooses settings appropriate for an animal eye. This
method lets you rotate the selection.
• Freehand Pupil Outline — lets you use the Freehand Selection
tool to select the correction area for human or animal eyes
• Point-to-Point Pupil Outline — lets you use the Point-to-Point
Selection tool to select the correction area for human or animal
When more careful correction is needed, such as for a partially
obscured pupil, it is best to use the Freehand Pupil Outline
method or the Point-to-Point Pupil Outline method.
5 In the Before preview area, perform one of the following tasks:
• For the Auto Human Eye or Auto Animal Eye method, click
inside the red area of the eye to select the eye automatically, or
drag from the center of the eye to the outside edge of the red
• For the Freehand Pupil Outline method, drag around the edge
of the red area of the pupil until you reach the beginning point
of the selection.
• For the Point-to-Point Pupil Outline method, click around the
edge of the red area of the pupil, and double-click when you