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Cropping and Adjusting Features
To make any physical changes to your photo please go Home, select the album in which your photo is located, place the cursor on the black arrow and select "Rotate, Crop or Fix photo".

The edit tool will enable you to, correct the Brightness, Contrast, Intensity, Sharpness and Red Eye on your Photograph. You will also be able to convert your photo into a black and white image, crop your photo, conduct an auto adjust and rotate your photo, if desired. While you are editing your photo, the corrections will display on the right of the screen.

Color Correction
To correct the color or lighting of your photo, you may choose to use the auto correct function or manually correct the image, by selecting the Brightness and Contrast tools. You may also use the Intensity tool if preferred. The intensity tool corrects both brightness and contrast at the same time. If at anytime you are unsatisfied with your corrections you may select the option to "Reset to Original", and try again.

If you wish to crop your photo, immediately after selecting the crop option you will see a red box surrounding your photo. Use your cursor to move and adjust the red box. Corrections will display on the photo located to the right of the screen. If you would like to preview the final results of your print size, please select your desired print size, located above the photo displayed on the right of your screen.

Red Eye Reduction
To correct red eye on your Photograph select the red eye option. With your cursor click on the eye needing correction. A new box will appear on the right of your screen displaying the eye you just selected. Click on the portion of the eye that needs correction. You may zoom in an out to view the image closer. If you make any mistakes, select “undo” to start again. Once you are done with the first eye, you may click on the other eye that needs correction, and repeat the same steps. Once you have finished the corrections, select "save edits and return". If at any time you have clicked on the eye and nothing happens, the tool has not recognized red eye, thus no correction is needed.

We hope this section has been helpful in answering your question, if you continue to have problems, don't hesitate to send us your question by email at any time.
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