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quote:Originally posted by lightarrowYes, particular light conditions because the less environmental light, the more open are pupils, the more light enters the eye and is reflected by the retina (the red colour is because of blood in the retina). Some cameras, to reduce red-eye effect, send a first flash in order to close the person's pupil, and then, after some moments, the second flash for the photo.Also, it depends at exactly wich angle the light from the flash hits the person's eye.
quote:Originally posted by Karen W.Sometimes you are awefully silly, i was just reading along with everyone else... interesting really!Karen
quote:Originally posted by Karen W.That is very interesting, I always thought it was the angle of the camera and the lighting in the room!! Cool thanks!