1. xxraffyxx's Avatar


    anyone else have this problem with the LED flash?
    02-19-09 11:50 PM
  2. p0di's Avatar
    That happens with any camera with a flash. If not green they'll be blueish. You never noticed your dogs eyes outside in the dark if you shine a flashlight or something? Same thing
    02-19-09 11:53 PM
  3. xxraffyxx's Avatar
    So this is with any flash? because I've never had this problem until the LED flash for the storm
    02-19-09 11:57 PM
  4. BrianW2007's Avatar
    It's ROBO-DOG!
    It's pretty common with dark night shots with not so great cameras
    02-20-09 12:01 AM
  5. RavenMaverick's Avatar
    Atleast he didn't turn into devil dog. I always get the cursed "Red Eye" when I take pictures.

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    02-20-09 12:05 AM
  6. xxraffyxx's Avatar
    That needs to be the next feature of the camera. and red (or green) eye fixer.

    you select by cropping the eyes and a program will fix it for you.
    02-20-09 12:17 AM
  7. RavenMaverick's Avatar
    That needs to be the next feature of the camera. and red (or green) eye fixer.

    you select by cropping the eyes and a program will fix it for you.
    That is a good idea. It would help all of the devil... Eeerrr... Lovely children to not look so menacing.

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    02-20-09 12:22 AM
  8. techitrucker's Avatar
    Feature already exists It's called Photoshop.

    That needs to be the next feature of the camera. and red (or green) eye fixer.

    you select by cropping the eyes and a program will fix it for you.
    02-20-09 01:01 AM
  9. xxraffyxx's Avatar
    Feature already exists It's called Photoshop.
    I use photoshop daily but this feature should be in the phone. My old compact camera had this feature

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    02-20-09 01:12 AM
  10. Jodiuh's Avatar
    Haha, I've seen this on nicer cams w/ my bro's pooch. Maybe it's more of a pet thing.
    02-20-09 01:55 AM
  11. SJSnelling's Avatar
    It is a very common occurrence when a flash is used. As stated above, even high end cameras can produce the pet alien eye look if not used correctly. I agree Photoshop works great yet is rarely needed when using proper technique and/or a product such as Gary Wong flash attachments. I occasionally use the effect intentionally for some of my photo work. Can't say I have ever used the camera on my Storm...
    02-20-09 02:25 AM
  12. TheChampJT's Avatar
    Common feature of dogs.
    02-20-09 02:26 AM
  13. Kilgore952's Avatar
    Thats pretty cool!!!!!
    02-20-09 03:01 AM
  14. CSSVT's Avatar
    Laser vision!! You may still be under warranty if you have your receipt....then you could just send him back
    02-20-09 03:12 AM
  15. mattallsop's Avatar
    ask your dog to close its eyes?!

    its to do with light reflecting off the back of the eye causing a reflection, animals have a tapetum lucidum... haha cant believe i am going into this... (camera operator)

    helps improve visability in the dark basically. sometimes you see animals eyes in your headlights etc.

    daylight pics should be ok. in the dark with a flash not really a hope.
    sorry.
    02-20-09 04:14 AM
  16. Kilgore952's Avatar
    WOW!!!!!
    02-20-09 05:17 AM
  17. TheComebackKidd's Avatar
    ask your dog to close its eyes?!

    its to do with light reflecting off the back of the eye causing a reflection, animals have a tapetum lucidum... haha cant believe i am going into this... (camera operator)

    helps improve visability in the dark basically. sometimes you see animals eyes in your headlights etc.

    daylight pics should be ok. in the dark with a flash not really a hope.
    sorry.
    What he said lol...its normal for dogs eyes to do that

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    02-20-09 05:41 AM
  18. mattallsop's Avatar
    Comebackkidd I hope that was a hot fuzz quote link there!

    Very cool if so! Haha

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    02-20-09 07:25 PM
  19. csiguy1's Avatar
    OK folks, Photo lesson. When a flash is too close to the lense, you will get the green eyes or red eyes on humans. The only way to avoid this is to move the flash away from the lens, upward is best. Now the hard part is there is no way to do that with a camera phone. Get used to using Photoshop and remove the red/green eyes. Not too hard to do once you get used to doing it. That is why you don't see Professional Photographers use on camera flash too much when photographing people usless they are bouncing the light off of the ceiling or a wall etc.
    Last edited by CSI Guy; 02-20-09 at 11:01 PM.
    02-20-09 10:59 PM
  20. kiltro's Avatar


    anyone else have this problem with the LED flash?
    Tapetum lucidum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Read this.
    02-21-09 12:35 AM
  21. collin16's Avatar
    did you ever consider the fact your dog might be part zombie?
    02-21-09 12:57 AM
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