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Correcting "blue-eye" In Digital Pics - Dogs ?


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#1 nat

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 12:11 PM

What is the best method of correcting the "blue-eye" when shooting dogs with a compact digital camera. I know that this and red-eye occurs because the lens and the flash are so close together,

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 10:59 PM

Honestly, change the photo to black and white.

Other than that, if you can get the flash on a different level than the lens by roughly 6 inches, that would help greatly too (much like professionals have their flashes mounted off to the side and up above the lens).

Or you could try to NOT use a flash-use just ambient lighting. This will avoid directional light into the animals eye(s).
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Posted 17 August 2007 - 06:22 AM

Honestly, change the photo to black and white.

Other than that, if you can get the flash on a different level than the lens by roughly 6 inches, that would help greatly too (much like professionals have their flashes mounted off to the side and up above the lens).

Or you could try to NOT use a flash-use just ambient lighting. This will avoid directional light into the animals eye(s).



Thanks stevealmighty Only problem is that my camera is a pentax optio compact to moving the flash might be a bit trick!! But thanks all the same for replying. :thumbsup:



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