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Mountain Lion Eyes At Night

Human eyes would always reflect a red color. This is because we do not have the reflective layer behind the retina (tapetum lucidum). Therefore, the light will not be reflected on the photographer or the viewer.

So if you see a set of human eyeballs lighting up in the dark, it is usually because they are being photographed. They will appear red due to the blood vessels in the retinas of the eyes.

The light from the flash will enter the center of the eye called the pupil (the black part) and its size is determined by the muscle of the iris. If the pupil is small, there will not be enough light to illuminate the blood in the eye. This is why the red-eye reduction software allows the camera flash to blink an additional time just before taking the photo so that the eye reflects off the flash light instead of letting it enter the frame. framing. framed. framed. eye.
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