10 Replies Latest reply: Oct 30, 2012 7:04 PM by Greg Beaton
Antone76 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Why isn't anyone talking about the GLOW eye or white eye that the iPhone 4 gives off, it's not a RED EYE, and it happens a lot! So if this new feature is supp to fix the RED EYE will it ALSO fix this GLOW EYE white thingy that shows up when using the flash? It's most annoying and if this new update fixes this on BOTH  i repeat on BOTH someone please let me know!


iPhone 4, iOS 4.2
  • 1. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Greg Beaton Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)

    I'll add to this conversation! Yes. I just tried to remove "red" eye on an iPhone 4s photo and couldn't do it. Aperture just changed its tone. Like you say, its not really red to start with.

     

    Help! Need solution!

  • 2. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Greg Beaton Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)

    Actually, I found the built in iphone 4s camera app will do a good job of correcting red/glow eye. Another app, PerfectPhoto does a good job too - maybe better. So have to correct red eye on the iphone before uploading it.

  • 3. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Antone76 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Okay so I'm confused as to why you said it wouldnt fix it at first but moments later you changed your story that it does, can you elaborate as to how you came about a new conclusion? Thanks a lot

    -A

  • 4. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Greg Beaton Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)

    I had tried removing red eye after downloaded a shot to my mbp but it didn't work with aperture. It occurred to me that the iPhone apps should work with the iPhone flash so I upload the pic back to my iPhone and found that in fact the apps corrected iPhone red eye properly.

  • 5. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Antone76 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    ok lol I know that we are talking about the same thing here but perhaps it's just the way you are wording it because I'm a very word for word specific person. Again I'm not referring to just the REDeye that makes the pupils turn red and the iris stay natural, this is when the light in the pupil turns a bigger white dot in covers the whole eye making everyone appear glowing eyes or vampire eyes, it's difficult to photoshop inside the camera. At first you sounded like you were talking about the white eye but now have backtracked your story...

  • 6. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Greg Beaton Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)

    hmm... yeah, I'm not being very specific. Red, white, glow. Guess I'm not sure which is which. I have a pic of my cat who's eyes are shining like green LEDs - I'm guessing this what you mean by glow eye:

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    Red eye is red eye. No question there.

     

    What I saw from the iphone photo, which I thought you were referring to originally, looked kind of pale and could not be removed properly with the aperture red eye tool but was cleaned up nicely in the iphone with it's own red eye tool.

  • 7. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    sandyjay Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks, Greg, the glow I've been having is taking a photo with my iPhone 4 in dark place. Eyes look white and creepy. Your fix was the best, after I've tried other apps to no avail.

    Sandy

  • 8. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Greg Beaton Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)

    Thanks Sandy. That's nice to know :)

  • 9. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Wilbur507 Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    This is exactly what I have on my Iphone 5, I never had it on the 4 with OIS 5 photo.JPG

  • 10. Re: Glow eye versus the RED eye
    Greg Beaton Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)

    Just luck that you didn't get it on the iphone 4, it happens with animals. I've had glow-eye on other cameras like my point-and-shot.