We all (occasionally) come across this in our photos and agree that it can ruin excellently snapped photos. Which one is easier for you to do: reducing the chances of red-eye effect or learning ways of removing it at an instant?
Same here; I mean, most people still assume it is the flash that causes it. It is easier to learn how to prevent this effect rather than (possibly) ruin the photos afterward. I guess it would be more convenient if all cameras had this capability?I always thought it was the flash. Either way, more light would offset it. The trick is, getting that effect when you want it, not when you don't.