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>I was really hoping not to have to "touch" each image in PS.
Well, you're going to have to. :(
The red eye tool in Camera Raw is optimized for humans. Sorry.
It's even worse for cats!
"The red eye tool in Camera Raw is optimized for humans."
You mean to be USED by humans, or to be used ON humans?
Both, I suppose :~)
Used by humans on the digital representation of a human. I shudder to think of some PS person could come over and do a number on my eyes! :D
> It's even worse for cats!
Anything having to do with cats is
worsethe pits. :p
My cats are expert mousers! Never could get them to use a tablet. ;-)
I hope the cat's name isn't Oscar.
Ramon, I actually got to like cats. :D
All joking aside, while doing screenshots for the RWCR CS3 book, I TRIED to find a redeye shot (I found one) but found a lot of animal eyes I would have liked to work on. Personally, I think it would be useful to be able to spec the actual color to be used as the removal color instead of just red. I suspect one would have to push this back up the code chain to Photoshop though...
That would be nice, Jeff. The cat in question here is a Flame Point Siamese with the most beautiful blue I have ever seen in eye color. The Red eye removal tool turned them brown!
We need a Pantone for eye colors.
Thomas Knoll wrote:
"The red eye tool in Camera Raw is optimized for humans. Sorry. "
Thank you Mr. Knoll.
It would be nice, as Jeff says, if we could select the color....but I fear that this is not the highest of you priorities....nor, quite frankly, mine. But if you ever "open the kimono" on that code again, it would be a nice add.