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Last Post by lilmizzsnickerz at 5/12/2007 12:11 PM (3 Replies)
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User is Offline Gravehearted
Campbell, CA
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10/08/2006 8:08 PM
I have the worst time with red eye when taking pictures of the kids!  Even using the red-eye feature on my camera doesn't help. And when I try to fix it using photo editing software the eyes just come out looking really weird and just not right. 

Does anyone have any good suggestions? Even with flash-free pics I have the same issue!
~ bunny mom to to HRH Hareiette, Viktor the crazy Krum and Pandora, prima binky ballerina ~ Save a life, Adopt!

User is Offline Theresa Moan
Nashua, NH
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10/09/2006 5:25 AM


I have the same problem.  What I try to do to fix it is to use the "fix/enhance" tool in or  There is a red-eye option there.

On another note, it is by using those programs that I upload so many pics onto binkbunny.

I don't have a color printer at home for photos, so I get them printed out at my local walgreens store by emailing the pix to them.  It seems to be cheaper anyway at only 0.19 cents a 4x6 inch pic.

So since they are already hosted on the walgreens server, I just right-click the pic I want, and click "copy".

Then I go to another open browser with the binkybunny page open, and directly into the body of what I'm typing in the reply field, I hit "Ctrl + V" and it pastes the pic right into my post.

Regarding the red-eye, the walgreens or snapfish method always removes it, however I can't figure out what to do with the "white flash" in the eyes!  I guess you could open each individual pic in Microsoft Paint, and edit them each yourself, but that would be too much of a pain.

Here is an example, but I wouldn't bother doing this with every pic.

White eye:

Fixed eye thru MS Paint
Doesn't it make him look a bit creepy?

User is Offline BB
San Francisco Bay Area
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10/14/2006 8:55 PM
I don't have any real tricks except photo shop.  One of the ways to make the eye look real with a photo shop edit, is to make sure to put a little white dot somewhere in the upper right or left part of the eye. It helps make it look real. I also don't use full 100% coverage, I make the brush stroke a  bit translucent.  If you're not used to working PhotoShop, then that probably won't make sense.

User is Offline lilmizzsnickerz
belfast northern ireland
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5/12/2007 12:11 PM
i dont have a camera i tek videos of my domino and put them on youtube =)

R.I.P domino, malibu and smirnoff i miss you
Photobucket *~*bunny mummy 2 smudge, smurf, bubble, squeek, and bunny kins~*~
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