I have recently started using Photoshop. I primarily scan images and save them to disks. I also do some printing. I recently ran into a red eye problem with some photos taken with my Nikon 990. I looked through four books on Photoshop and never found a single mention of "correcting red eye" in either the table of contents or the index of any one of the four books.
Can somebody describe how they remove red eye and then if possible add a catch light.
Zoom in, and stipple with a fine brush using black, full opacity and a soft edge (not hard-line edge) to remove the red. Then switch the brush colour to white and dot slightly off-centre (very slightly) with a soft white stipple...
Zoom in on the eyeballs, Use your lasso tool to select the red portions only, click on the image tab and select adjust. Click on variations. Experiment wiht hte selections until you get rid of the red. You can give people what ever eye color you wish.