Because this is a short week, we're going to be focusing on repairing some of the common issues that occur in photography including removing red-eye and color cast from our photos. There are settings on the camera we can use to avoid both of these issues - but they still can crop up given some lighting conditions.
Fixing red eye is a pretty straight forward process - both iPhoto and PhotoShop have pretty good red eye removal tools. Fixing color cast can be a little more complicated and it is normal to use a variety of methods to find the best solution. Photoshop will do this better due to the large number of methods available. This video demonstrates the various methods.
We'll be using some basic color theory to fix both of these issues. The end project for the week will be a before and after study of three red eye and three color cast images that you have repaired. See my sample portfolio for an example.