What can I do about my red eyes in photos?

The pupils? If you mean the red reflex of both eyes (the central pupil portion of the eye looking red), then the fix is either with your camera or picture editing afterwards. The red reflex comes from the reflection of light from the reddish-colored retina. In children, having an abnormal red reflex in photos (e.g. One eye red, the other not, or either eye white rather than red) should prompt evaluation.

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Should there be concern for "red eyes in infant photo? Both eyes are red in photos

Hello. . Hello. The pupils look red in photographs because the light from the flash has reflected so that you are seeing the back of the retina. This can be seen in photographs of people of all ages. It is about photographic technique and not about health. Take care. Read more...
And . And in fact, a good red eye is actually what we want to see in infants. If one eye is red, and the other is not, we get concerned and recommend a visit to the eye doctor. Read more...

I always have red eyes when I take photos, without fail. Always has a light in my eye. Is this something I should check up on or is it normal?

Red eye on photos. I assume you are talking about the 'red eye' that occurs when flash photography is taken. If so, newer cameras have the pre-flash light that constricts the pupils to diminish the red eye. Also avoiding photos in darker environments will help decrease your red eye. The red is what the camera sees when the flash light reflects back off of your retina. Read more...

Why do I get red eye in photos but my friends don't?

Better techinque! Red eye is simply the light from a flash or other light source reflecting back from the retina of your eye through your dilated pupil. Some cameras have a method to shrink your pupil to reduce the "red reflex". Talk to a trained photographer for techniques to help you. Not a medical problem but a medical/biological reason. Hope you are not "seeing red" due to my answer! Read more...
Red eye reduction. Usually it's pupil size (more dilated then more of a red reflex from the flash) and the relative angle of the light. Light colored eyes typically have larger pupils in the dark. Read more...

Please advise what is the name of the eye disease that can be detected by "red-eye" in photos?

Te red eye... In photos, if not there then there is something wrong with the retina. The white reflex is called leukocoria - retinoblastoma or toxoplasmosis are usually what cause this, but it could be as simple as a cataract causing this. Read more...

One eye has red eye in photos, but the other eye never does. Could this be an indication of a medical problem?

Yes. The red eye side is probably normal. The other side may have something blocking the view, or is turned in or out side, or have a major vision problem. I assume this is a child. This requires evaluation very soon by a pediatric ophthalmologist (or a regular ophthalmologist if an adult). Don't delay. Read more...