The red eye effect

Vivid

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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?
 

Beck

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Reducing the chances. Typically more background light will do it. When I was younger though I tried on purpose to get that look because I thought it was really cool.

Now I think it's really annoying. LOL
 

Markshot 12

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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.
 

Len S

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I don't think you can remove something like that in an instant. Or at all for that matter, unless you have some mad photo shopping skills.
 

LifeCaptured

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Some cameras are designed to automatically account for that, and they seem to do a good job of it. Other than that it's all about lighting.
 

ShutterUp

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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.
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?
 

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