Does anyone know how to get the reflection from your cats eyes to not show up in the picture. every picture i have has his eyes looking like two head lights of a car!
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8/20/05 at 7:08pm
Originally Posted by rapunzel47
You may have a setting on your flash, which shows up on the display as an eye. If you use that, the flash goes off twice -- I gather what's happening is that the first time is to get the pupil of the eye to react to the flash, and contract, so that when the picture is taken with the second flash, the pupil is sufficiently closed that the reflection doesn't happen. Probably a clumsy explanation, but it's worthwhile using that setting, if you have it.
Originally Posted by HopeHacker
You could just open up all of the curtains in your house and use natural light. Those type of pictures look nicer and more realistic as well. I have something like 4 different flash settings on my camera, and with the lowest setting, the pictures come out without the bright glare in the cats eyes, and yet it gives off enough light, but the shutter is VERY slow using this setting, so you MUST hold the camera EXTREMELY steady or it will blur.