Remove red eye and auto fix your photos
Use your HP printer’s Instant Photo Fix feature to automatically remove red eye enhance images
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There are certain flaws that commonly turn up in photos, such as poor lighting (either too dark or too bright) and inaccurate or washed-out color. We'll show you how select HP Photosmart All-in-Ones automatically correct these mistakes—turning your so-so snapshot into a keepsake photograph.
What is Instant Photo Fix?
Many HP printers will automatically improve your photos before printing, including red-eye removal and lighting enhancement.
Instant Photo Fix, a feature available in select HP Photosmart All-in-Ones, automatically improves your photos in a variety of ways, including:
- Optimizing the color
- Removing red-eye
- Adjusting lighting
- Sharpening the focus
The value of automatic photo improvement
Use your printer's large touchscreen and Instant Photo Fix feature can automatically remove red-eye and enhance your photos.
There are many benefits to having all your photos automatically enhanced each time you print:
- Fast and simple photo printing—especially helpful when you need quality photo prints in a hurry.
- Improve a large batch of photos without having to edit each individual image.
- Ideal for those who aren't interested in using specific techniques for manually adjusting and editing a photo.
How to use Instant Photo Fix
The only time you need to select the Photo Fix option is when you're disabling it; otherwise the feature is always activated.
The Photo Fix function is conveniently built into select HP Photosmart All-in-Ones and is automatically activated each time you upload photos from your memory card!
Disabling the Instant Photo Fix feature is simple. The following instructions are for the HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One, but the process is similar for other Photosmart e-All-in-Ones:
- Select View & Print from the main menu on the printer's display.
- Choose an image and select View.
- Select Edit.
- Select Photo fix and Off.
To reactivate the feature, repeat the steps above, but choose Automatic instead of Off.
Find an HP printer with in-printer photo fix
Most HP Photosmart e-All-in-Ones offer the Instant Photo Fix feature, including the models below. These versatile Photosmarts also feature the mobile printing technology HP ePrint, and HP Print Apps for access to select online content. 1,2
- Print, scan, copy
- 3.5" color touchscreen
- ISO print speed up to 11 pages per minute (ppm) black, 7.5 ppm color3
- Automatic photo tray holds up to 20 pages
- Print, scan, copy, and eFax (send faxes without a phone line)
- 4.3" color touchscreen
- ISO print speed up to 13.5 ppm black, 9 ppm color3
- Automatic photo tray holds up to 20 pages
- Lab-quality photos from 5 individual inks
Visit the HP Photosmart printer buying guide to see the entire selection of HP Photosmart printers and e-All-in-Ones.
Easily improve photos with an HP scanner
The HP Scanjet G4050 Photo Scanner allows you to easily enhance your photos after they're printed.
You can use an HP scanner to enhance your photos after they've been printed.
- The HP Scanjet G4050 Photo Scanner provides automatic photo fixes such as color and lighting adjustment.
- Many other HP Scanjet scanners offer easy photo editing using the included scanner software.
- Explore the HP Photo scanner buying guide to compare scanner features, including editing options such as adaptive lighting.
- 1Requires an Internet connection to the printer; may require a wireless access point with usage fees/data plans, registration, firmware upgrade, etc. ePrint setup requires email and internet access and works with any Internet-connected, email-capable device. Print times and connection speeds may vary. Some smartphones and tablets require data plan purchase. For HP ePrint details, see www.hp.com/go/ePrintCenter.
- 2Requires a wireless access point and an Internet connection to the printer. Services require registration. App availability varies by country, language, and agreements, and requires a firmware upgrade. For details, www.hp.com/go/ePrintCenter.
- 3ISO speeds measured using ISO/IEC 24734 or ISO/IEC 29183. Excludes first page or first set of test documents. For more information, see hp.com/go/printerclaims. Exact speed varies depending on the system configuration, software application, driver, and document complexity.