Techniques On How To Take Pictures Of Your Own Eyes For Your Iridology Reading
If you can’t arrange to drop by my office for your Iridology reading, this page will assist you with submitting your iris images online.
Using a Smart Phone to Take a Picture of Your Eyes…
Let’s look at some ways to achieve a good image (picture) of your eyes…
* It’s suggested that you use the forward camera on your phone, not the selfie camera side, for higher quality.
(however, you might want to try your selfie side camera to see which image works best on your smart phone)
* Set your Zoom to @ least 2xs (or even Macro setting if your cameras software allows)
Your images need to be as large as possible to capture a clear, distortion free view of your eyes.
Light sources that are not diffused properly will hide the essential elements that need to be seen clearly. You want to keep the colored part of your eye free from any harsh lighting.
Proper lighting with clarity is absolutely required if you’re not using a flash setting.
Best to have someone else take your picture(s) as it requires that your phone camera be within a ‘couple of inches’ of your eye.
– If you have one available use a tri-pod to steady your smart phone.
Test with your flash setting on and off…
– Just make sure that when using flash the final image has the flash part inside your pupil and hot the colored part of the eye.
You’ll want a clear image without harsh lighting of your eyes like this.
Notice how the light from the flash is inside the pupil and not the colored part of the eye.
Having a Photographer Take Your Iris Images
A professional photographer will be able to interpret from the above checklist the requirements to secure proper iris images.
Let your professional photographer simply take notice of the image of the (above) iris image with the fibers of the iris up close (macro setting), while also being bright and clear.
Notice that the light source does not disturb the iris region and only shows a light reflection within the pupil (the dark or black area in the center of the eye). Soft, back flash, lighting is suggested.
How to Send-In Your Iris Images via Online
How to properly size and submit your two iris (left and right) images…
– Size of file should ‘not’ exceed 1.5 mb (mega-byte) each eye max
– Send in image size of 10 x 10 inches or approx. 1250 x 1250 pixels.
– 72 dpi (dots per inch) min., 96 dpi max.
Note: Many images taken from your smart phone or by a professional are extremely large in file format size… Please double check that you are submitting re-sized images that meet the ‘sizing requirements’ (noted above).
- email Send Your ‘2’ eye (left and right) images here: email@example.com
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