"Paul Bullen" <paulbullen.com> wrote in message
news:2ccd818a.-1webx.la2eafNXanI...It depends on the red eye. I have found that for fixing red eye where only> Has anyone told Adobe that the red eye feature is hopeless?
the pupil is red and the rest of the eye is visible, Elements produces
*great* results, much better than other programs I've used (Microsoft's
Picture It!, for example). But if the "red eye" is actually a large
over-exposed area that obscures the rest of the eye, Elements red-eye tool
won't do what you want (but you can match the results found in other
programs with other tools).
It only took me a few moments to learn how to use the red-eye tool, and to
understand when it was useful and when I should just use the Magic Wand and
fill the over-exposed area with whatever color I want. I don't agree that
Perhaps you post a message that, constructively, describes what you tried
and what about the results you were unhappy with, the people here could help
you learn to use the tool. Ranting about how you couldn't get it to work
isn't much use.