Saturday, November 7, 2009

How do I Avoid Red Eye or Green Eyes When Taking Pictures of Animals?

As with humans, the cause of this strange look, that is your flash light is reflected from the retina and back out through the pupil of your subject's eyes. The easiest way to solve this problem is to get the flash head as far as possible to the axis of your lens. You can do this using a flash bracket, keeping your flash away from your camera or light assembly to pupils of your subject is less important. You can also use your camera's built-in red-reduction system or draw eyes with a short focal length lens or a wider zoom lens.

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