Nikon D3400 For Dummies
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For portraits marred by red-eye, give the Nikon D3400's Red-Eye Correction filter a whirl, as shown. If the camera detects red-eye, it applies the filter and displays the results on the screen.

The Retouch menu offers an automated red-eye remover.


Press the Zoom In button to magnify the display, as shown in the figure, so that you can closely inspect the repair. (Use the Multi Selector to scroll the display as needed while zoomed.) Press OK twice if you're cool with the job the camera performed: The first press returns the display to normal magnification; the second makes the change official. To instead cancel the repair, press the Playback button.

Note that the filter can correct only red-eye; it can't fix animal eyes that a flash has turned white, yellow, or green. If the camera can't detect red-eye or you didn't use flash to take the picture, the Red-Eye Correction menu option is dimmed and unavailable.

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Julie Adair King has been covering digital cameras and photography for over two decades. Along with Digital Photography For Dummies, Julie has also written For Dummies guides covering specific Nikon and Canon digital SLR cameras. When not writing, she teaches master classes in photography and digital photo editing.

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