Red-eye is the reflection of light from the flash off of the blood vessels of the retinas of your subject's eyes. Red-eye seems to be more evident when the subject is young and/or has blue eyes.
When you take flash pictures, try the following tips to reduce red-eye. These tips will cause the subject's pupils to constrict and reduce the amount of reflective surface.
Turn on all the lights in the room to increase the light level.
Ask your subject look at a bright light, such as a room lamp, just before you take the flash picture.
Use a camera that has a red-eye reduction feature.
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