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Old 09-20-2006, 07:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Re: pre and post shot concerning lazy eye
Old 09-20-2006, 09:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I think it would be difficult to give exact techniques without seeing an example of the eyes. "Lazy eye" can mean a lot of different things. But one possible method is to just select the good eye, copy and paste it to a new layer and then flip it horizontally, and then paste it over the lazy eye and then resize and move to fit, and then blend in as needed. You might also need to use the Liquify tool for minor touch up. The liquify tool might also work directly on the lazy eye, but it depends on how bad it is.
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Re: pre and post shot concerning lazy eye
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There used to be a tutorial online by the Glitter Guru aka Katrin Eismann on how to correct a lazy eye, I just can't seem to find it right now. Google her name and see if something comes up...if nothing comes up e-mail me and I'll try and find the Word document that I created from that webpage sometime ago.
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Hi... Katrin is a Photoshop wiz and incredibly helpful! She is available @ Photoshopdiva.com. Since she is really busy I do not know how long it will take her to respond to your question, but if you ask it in succinct and straightforward way, I think she will be happy to share her insights. Good luck! Brian
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Re: pre and post shot concerning lazy eye
Old 02-23-2007, 11:21 PM   #6 (permalink)
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shot them straight on, then copy & paste the good eye, flip it horizontally and place over the lazy eye...
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One thing to remember is to ask the sitter if they indeed do want the eye correcting as some people can get annoyed if you correct their face without permission... They may think that the photographer finds the feature ugly whereas they don't...

You could broad light the subject with the lazy eye on the darker side of the face which will draw less attention to it...

Post precessing has already ben covered by the other posters...
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Re: pre and post shot concerning lazy eye
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I have in the past had some success by copying and pasting the good eye over the lazy eye.
step 1 copy more area than you need
step 2 paste
step 3 select Image, Transform, flip horizontal
step 4 position over lazy eye
step 5 using the eraser, clone and healing brush blend the eye into place. A soft eraser may be all you need.
This will work if the perspective is close, some adjustments can be made with the pick tool, and the light shadow is not too different.
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