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Liv   Chicago, IL

11/9/2011 5:12:33 PM

LOVED this class! Very informative and helpful, and well written too!

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Cindy   Fallon, NV

6/4/2011 8:16:09 PM

These are great and very imformative

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Ginny   Kerrville, TX

3/8/2011 11:47:08 AM

I loved this class! I can't wait to start practicing what I've learned with my chocolate lab puppy! I was always frustrated because he is constantly on the move.

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Robin   Lewisville, TX

2/14/2011 5:26:06 AM

Great information that I really need. The slideshow of photos are amazing. They really helped to get the point across.

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Geoffrey   Grand Rapids, MI

11/28/2010 12:14:36 AM

On reducing eye
reflections:
1) Don't use flash (that is what causes the reflection in the
eye);
2) Use the largest aperture possible (smallest f number available to get the most light to the chip or
film);
3) Use the highest necessary ISO setting or film speed to avoid
flash;
4) In most imaging software (e.g., Photoshop Elements) use the red-eye reduction
function;
Note: avoid red-eye reduction on he camera itself as the flash will pre-fire for about 2 seconds causing most animals to close or squint their eyes if not move from he focus point and or
composition.

Animal eyeshine results when light from a flash reflects back from the tapetum layer behind the retina. This layer is not present in all animals nor equally in all eyes. It can be white, blue, green, and yellow. In people it is called red-eye and is a reflection of the blood profused wall behind the
retina.

We hope this
helps.

Geoffrey, Sputnik, and PickleRoo, too.

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Geoffrey   Grand Rapids, MI

11/27/2010 11:49:27 PM

good advice

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Claudett   Bear, DE

11/12/2010 6:57:04 AM

I loved this section! Taking pictures of Bo has become an obsession. I'm always trying to get the prefect shot. I think he knows that though b/c at the last second he almost always turns away from the camera. I think at this point he has more pictures in his file on our computer then our "human kids" do. LOL

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Lisa   Parham, ON

11/7/2010 9:02:12 AM

Passed 100% woohoo! Sage loves her picture taken.

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wyldhunny   The Gorge, WA

10/12/2010 8:16:26 PM

i wish they would have addressed eye reflection

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eileen   leavenworth, KS

9/11/2010 12:25:01 PM

Great tips.now only if my dog would listen.

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