How to Remove Red Eye from Nikon D90
All of us know that flash can ruin one picture, and cause it to be blurred. Don’t worry! You can remove the red-eye effect easily from photos if you have a Nikon D90 camera. To remove red-eye from your photos, you don’t even need to use any third-party photo editing software. Red-eye can be removed by using the photo enhancement filter on your Nikon D90 camera. Here’s how to do it:
Step 1: Displaying your Picture
First, choose the image you wish to fix. You will need to display the image that has been affected by the red-eye effect. Make sure you only display one image of your photo. Once you’ve done that, you need to find the OK button. Once you have located it on your Nikon D90 camera click on it.
Step 2: Retouch Menu
Once you’ve completed the steps above, the retouch menu will appear. Many options in the retouch menu can be used to correct various errors in your image. The ‘Red eye correction’ option will appear. Next, highlight or select this option. The filter will be applied to correct any red-eye in the image if the Nikon D90 camera detects it. You will see a message on your screen if it fails to detect red-eye. If you select photos taken without flash, the red-eye correction option will be dimmed
Step 3: Inspecting the Correction Correctly
After applying the red-eye filter to the image, make sure to examine it carefully to verify that all red-eye-related errors have been removed. The Nikon D90 camera has a Qual button. This button magnifies the image to verify that the camera has corrected the problem correctly.
Step 4: Using the Multi-Selector
After magnifying the image, you can scroll down, up, and sideways. Move the multi-selector towards the left or right by clicking on it. This will allow you to move the display sideways. The multi-selector can be used to move the display up or down. The navigation window will show a yellow box. It is located in the lower right corner. This box indicates which part of the image is being viewed on the Nikon D90 screen.
Five-Step: If You Make a Correction
You can now inspect the image and confirm that the correction of red-eye was done correctly. Now, you just need to find the OK button on your Nikon D90 digital camera. Once you find it, click it to save your changes. To save edited copies of magnified images, click twice on the OK option. The button allows you to zoom in and out with the first click.
Sixth Step: If You Do Not Want to Correct
You can choose to delete the edited image if you are unhappy with the red-eye corrections. You only need to click the OK button once. You will then need to click the playback button. This will allow you to delete any unwanted modifications and return them to their original state.