Reducing Red-Eye Red-eye happens because the human people can’t close fast enough to stop camera flash from reflecting off the interior of the eye. Is a common occurrence
with point-and-shoot cameras. Luckily reducing red-eye is a snap. First select the photo and then click “Edit”, now click “Red-Eye”. First try clicking the auto button, if iPhoto has detected the faces in the photo will find the red-eye problems
automatically and remove them. If auto red-eye doesn’t
completely fix the problem you can do it manually. You may want to zoom in first. To do that, click the photo in the area
of the eye that you want to edit and then pressed 2 on your keyboard. You can drag the size slider to adjust the pointer size to approximate
the size of the red-eye mark. Move the pointer over a pupil and click the mouse button. Press the Shift key to compare before and after, then repeat these steps for the other eye. To turn off the “Red-eye” tool click the close button. If you zoomed in on the photo press zero to zoom back out. If you want you can make
other edits while in the edit view, when you finished, just click “Done”.