Animal Eye glow

This is a discussion on Animal Eye glow within the Fix This Photo forums, part of the PHOTO PROJECTS category; I recently took a beautiful picture of Bambie--who was less than 6 feet away from me--by some miracle. But I got a blue glow in ...


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    I recently took a beautiful picture of Bambie--who was less than 6 feet away from me--by some miracle. But I got a blue glow in his eye due to the flash going off. It was early morning and the woods were semi-dark. Does anyone have successful tips on how to fix this "glow". I really love this photo and I am heart-broken that he has blue glowing eyes!

    Your help would be so much appreciated.

    z71redroot
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    Hello, Welcome to the photoforum! That was a Nice deer

    I edited extra contrast and removed blue from deer's eyes.
    http://i27.tinypic.com/dy0odj.jpg

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    In Image games and then The editing game, I took a picture of a deer at the same angle as you, you're welcome to use those eyes if you'd like.
    You can call me Tracy… but ya doesn’t hafta call me Doubletakes

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    Well actually I had a little time, if you liked the branch I did one like that too. I'll track this thread in case you are interested.

    You can call me Tracy… but ya doesn’t hafta call me Doubletakes

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    Oh also I noticed the image has about a couple dozen tiny dots. If that is not part of the charm of the picture for you, they can be removed too.
    You can call me Tracy… but ya doesn’t hafta call me Doubletakes

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    My try


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    Dear doubletakes, Do you know how to use Patch tool?


    I did use patch tool for removed branches from deer.


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    Welcome to the forum!

    Please note the image exceeds the forum rules of 800 pixels longest side and/or 300kb. Please resize and repost to meet the rules of the forum. Some members are still on dial up, slow broadband connection or have small monitors. These rules are in place so that all members can experience the forum. Many thanks.


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    Hi Moderator Grandpa,

    Which one does I keep link with Photo's size 1600px × 1200px? or I delete link?


    . I point bold this.

    You can use third-party free image hosting services such as tinypic.com or photobucket.com to host your images.
    Please keep images to 800 pixels longest side and a maximum of 300kb. 5 images per post maximum. YOU MAY NOT EXCEED THESE LIMITS!

    Alternatively, you can use our forum attachment feature, which will show a clickable thumbnail of your image. Keep images to 800 pixels longest side and a maximum of 300kb. 5 images per post maximum. YOU MAY NOT EXCEED THESE LIMITS!

    If your images exceed the above guidelines, please post links to your images, rather than including the images directly in your post.

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    All of you are awesome!!! The jobs you did on the fawn was great! Now--tell me how you did it!! I am so eager to learn! I have more doe pictures with glowing eyes that I'd like to fix! The darn flash keeps popping up cause the woods are so dark. This is a new camera, Nikon D80, so I haven't quite yet learned how to do anything more than the Auto setting.

    Thank you so much! You guys are terrific!

    z71redroot


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