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    DefaultHow do you keep from having "white eyes" in picture of the Lab?

    We've taken a couple of pictures of our Lab and they've turned out really cute except for the fact that instead of her beautiful brown eyes, she has WHITE eyes in the pictures. How do we avoid this? We use a digital camera.

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    DefaultRe: How do you keep from having "white eyes" in picture of the Lab?

    My best advice would be to take the picture in natural light (outdoors is best, or at the very least, a well lighted room) and TURN OFF THE FLASH on the camera!

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    DefaultRe: How do you keep from having "white eyes" in picture of the Lab?

    thanks! The kids have taken the pictures we have and I think I'm going to try to take one tomorrow during the day w/out a flash. She is such a pretty dog, we don't want those white demon eyes.

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    DefaultRe: How do you keep from having "white eyes" in picture of the Lab?

    The white or blue (for black labs) eyes on the dogs are also human RED eyes (the red colour is the blood in the eye). The eyes of dogs are speciality, you know that, and when the flash reflect it in the light-sensitivity matrix they looks blue or white. Some photocameras has an option "red eyes" but that option doesnt what of fact for the dogs eyes! You can edit the dog`s eyes with photoshop, or you can takes the photo from different corner! Ofcourfe you just can to take off the flash, but in some situations you need it!*

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    DefaultRe: How do you keep from having "white eyes" in picture of the Lab?

    no flash and then i have the red eye turned on so that helps alot. but I guess you will just have to keep working on it and see how it works out. but I say no flash that helps the most.

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    DefaultRe: How do you keep from having "white eyes" in picture of the Lab?

    Sorry, I forgot about one little trick! When you turned on the flash, you put a little white leat in front of flash, and take the photo. The light decrease a little, but the eyes is great!!!

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    DefaultRe: How do you keep from having "white eyes" in picture of the Lab?

    i agree. either no flash (if you have enough light to take the pic without blur) or red eye flash if your camera has that feature.
    Laura & CJ in New Hampshire


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