How to Remove Red Eye on Nikon D90?

How To Remove Red Eye on Nikon D90?

We all know that the one perfect picture gets ruined due to the red-eye effect caused by flash. Do not worry! If you own a Nikon D90 camera, you can easily remove the red-eye effect from your pictures.

You do not even have to use a third-party photo editing app to do so. The photo enhancement filter effect on your Nikon D90 camera is enough to remove red-eye. Here is how you can do that:

Step One: Displaying Your Picture

The first step is to select the picture that you want to fix. For that, you have to display the picture that has been spoilt by the red-eye effect.

You need to make sure that you display your picture in the single image view. After you have done so, you had to look for the OK button. After locating it on your Nikon D90 camera, click on it.

Step Two: Retouch Menu

After you have followed the step mentioned above, you will be able to see that the retouch menu appears.

The retouch menu has several options which are different tools to rectify various errors in your picture. You will be able to see the ‘Red-eye correction’ option.

The next thing that you need to do is to highlight or choose this option. If your Nikon D90 camera can detect the red-eye error in your image, it will apply this filter to correct the error.

If it cannot detect red-eye, you will be able to see a message on the screen. You will be able to see that the red-eye correction option is dimmed when pictures that you choose are taken without flash.

Step Three: Inspecting The Correction Properly

After you have applied the red-eye filter, you will have to inspect the image properly to see if all the red-eye-related errors have been corrected.

You can even use the Qual button on your Nikon D90 camera. It is used to magnify the image to check whether the camera has fixed the error properly or not.

Step Four: Using The Multi-Selector

You can scroll up, down, and sideways after you decide to magnify the image. Click on the multi-selector and move it towards left or right.

This is done to move the display sideways. You can also use the multi-selector to move the display upwards or downwards.

You will be able to see a yellow box in the navigation window on your screen. It can be found in the lower right corner of your screen. It is this box that indicates the part of the image that is being viewed on your Nikon D90 screen.

Step Five: If Correction Is Done

After inspecting the image, whether the correction for the red-eye is done properly if you are satisfied, you can move forward. All you need to do now is to look for the OK button on your Nikon D90 camera.

After you have found it, click on it to save changes. If you have magnified the image, you have to click on the OK option twice to save the edited copy. On the first click, the button helps you to zoom out.

Step Six: If Correction Is Not Done

If you are not happy with the corrections for the red-eye, you can decide to discard the edited image. All you need to do is to click on the OK button once.

After that, you have to click on the playback menu. It will help you to discard any unwanted changes as well returning it to its original condition.

Fixing red-eye errors has always been a pain. But now it’s part of the Nikon D90 fun process.

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