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    Maggiemae , love your pet lo / How do you keep your dogs eyes from not getting a glare . Mine get wierd looking sometimes, not red thought. Do you fix them in a program or is it how you shot them . Hope this makes since, not good at explaining myself to good. Thank you or anyone else that knows. Kim

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    Hi Kim

    My husband takes most of our pictures - he's a photography nut! He sets the camera for red eye reduction if we need a flash - mostly, he tries to take the dog pictures in natural daylight.

    When we have the scarey "pet eye" but still like the picture there are two ways I know of to fix it. The first is in Adobe Photoshop - and I use the clone tool rather than red eye because pets don't have red eye - they have a more greenish eye.

    The second way is an inexpensive little program that has a pet eye fix and it really works. It's a small ($9.95 at Staples) version of Creating Keepsakes Scrapbooking program. It's not good for too much else - but it really can fix that spooky devil eye thing! Hope this helps!!


    • #3
      Thank you , they do look evil on a rottie I will have to get that program. I take alot of pets pics, have alot of pets . I have taken it out in paint but does not look realistic. I really thank you for getting back to me so soon and your help LOL Kim


      • #4

        My husband said to add it's best to take pictures of dogs in natural daylight with no fill-in flash. It's the flash that causes the devil eye! LOL

        Will be looking for layouts of your dog(s)!


        • #5
          Ok , I will try that too, I will put some in my album sometime tonight , there not to good pics. I think . Thank you again, LOL Kim