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I was going through old archives of pix and didn't realize how many pictures had a tongue sticking out!
I think the bunz are making fun of me!!!
Ha ha hah ha
bunnies tongues are the cutiest, funniest things ever!
Many cameras these days have an option that helps prevent red eyes. I think it does some sort of flash or a few flashes prior to "final" flash of taking the picture. I can't remember why that helps but it seems to.
Also, where the camera is angled as well as where other light sources are coming make a difference. Other front key lights will help prevent red eye. So for example try to take a picture where there is already a light source in front of your bunny.
And then of course there is always photoshop, but you have to be careful with that so it doesn't look like a big flat eye.
Yup, that's my little piglet.
Here is THE GHOST OF HUGH: