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How can I stop red eyes in photos?

Asked on: 14 Aug 2009

To stop red eyes in photos all you need to do is ensure that the subject is quite light - it is when it is dark and the pupils are wide that you are most likely to get red eye effect.

If it is dark and you can't add artificial light then thy using a fill-in flash which will ensure that there are flashes of light before the main photo is taken and help to reduce the size of the pupils.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 21 Aug 2009
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