Question about Vivitar 2800 Flash
Use an extender cord on your flash which will allow you to take the flash off the camera. You will need to use a tripod for the camera and a shutter release cord. Experiment with the distance the flash must be away from the camera to provide a proper angle thereby eliminating red-eye. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
Red eye isnt a camera nor flash problem its the flash in the eyes, the blood is what is recorded on the film/photo, any good photograhper will tell you dont look directly at the flash and you wont get a red eye effect,always try and get the subject to look away or to the side ,just a small amount that wont show up in the photo but also wont give the red eye effect
Posted on Aug 13, 2007
As both the camera and the flash does not have red eye reduction facility, you can solve the problem by not using high speed film, i.e. not more then 100 ASA and avoid shooting in very low light.
Posted on Nov 02, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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