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in-camera red-eye fix

In digital camera terminology, in-camera red-eye fix is a function of some digital camera software that will analyze each image and auto-correct any incidences red-eye, which can occur when photographing people or animals using the camera flash. If a digital camera does not have an in-camera red-eye fix, instances of red-eye can be fixed or reduced using a graphics program in post-production. May also be called digital red-eye correction.

See "Digital Cameras" in the  Quick Reference section of Webopedia.
See also "Graphics Software Terminology" in the  Quick Reference section of Webopedia.







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