When taking a picture, what causes the red eye effect?

Answer It's caused by the light of the flash reflecting of the retina of the subject's eyes.Most modern digital cameras give of 4 to 5 lights before taking the actual photo, letting the pupils close a bit... Read More »

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What causes red eyes when taking pictures?

Red eye occurs when light enters the eye at almost level with the eye. Because light reflects at an angle equal and opposite to its entry (in layman's terms, it makes a "V" shape) if bright light (... Read More »

What Causes the Toilet to Overflow When Taking a Shower?

A toilet that overflows when the shower is run is suffering from a clog somewhere between the toilet and the main sewer line. This problem is common when the toilet is located as the last drain bef... Read More »

How to Get Good Lighting When Taking a Picture?

Photography is all about light. In Greek, the word photography means writing with light, therefore it is up to the photographer to work with the surroundings and manipulate it and the camera in ord... Read More »

How do you get the coolpix s60 to work when it freezes after taking a picture?

OVER EXPOSURE - too bright, the image would result to being whiter than normal. UNDER EXPOSURE - too dark, the image would likely to appear black