Traducción de red-eye en Español:

red-eye

ojo rojo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈrɛd ˌaɪ/

nombre

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    Fotografía
    ojo rojo masculino
    • Techniques are given such as boosting reds and yellows to produce an effect like a warming filter on a camera or removing red-eye found in flash photos.
    • The effect is accentuated by the fact that everyone, including myself, is suffering from red-eye due to the camera flash.
    • Throw this technique into your bag of GIMP tricks, and you'll never again have to worry about red-eye ruining your candid flash photos.
    • Now, one click of the Red Eye removal tool can remove pet-eye and red-eye from your photographs, in less time than it takes your subject to say ‘cheese!’
    • The built-in flash on the previous model had a tendency to produce red-eye, so this time round you get a pop-up flash.
    • It is a specialist in removing the annoying red-eye that can be found on many photographs.
    • For example, while previous versions of Paint Shop Pro included a fix for red-eye in snapshots, the latest version simplifies the process.
    • Most of them will let you do simple editing, such as zooming and cropping to center the subject, or removing red-eye and adjusting the contrast.
    • Some have ‘pre-flash’ to try and help stop this, but if you like to shoot portraits and you don't want your subjects showing red-eye, the definitive answer is really an SLR with its own tele lenses.
    • It is amusing to note, however, that the doggie equivalent of red-eye in photos is an unsettling neon green, which my small photo-editing skills don't extend to erasing.
    • The printer will also remove red-eye.
    • Rotating, removing red-eye and simple cropping are well catered for, as are overall changes to a photo such as brightening an image or applying effects.
    • It also allows direct PC-less printing and has a preview screen with software which allows you to remove red-eye.
    • The interface can be tweaked to show only the most used tools, such as cropping or fixing red-eye, or it can be expanded to give access to advanced features, such as masking and special effects.
    • I could improve the resolution and remove red-eye.
    • Want to remove red-eye from a vacation picture?
    • You can quickly and easily crop your picture, correct brightness and contrast levels, even get rid of red-eye.
    • You can lighten, automatically adjust contrast and brightness, fix red-eye or straighten an image.
  • 2EEUU coloquial also red-eye flight

    vuelo matutino masculino
    • I then spent six hours in the airport, took a red-eye flight back to Logan International, and crashed into bed at 7: 30 the next morning.
    • She's catching a red-eye flight to Canada where she's making a movie with Alan Alda.
    • I took a red-eye flight, did it for free, never thought twice.
    • Though he looks a bit ruffled - who wouldn't after a red-eye flight?
    • Cole decides to follow Frank and books a red-eye flight to Twin Creeks as well.
    • I flew London Heathrow to Capetown on South African Airways 747 red-eye flight, eleven hours overnight, non-stop.
    • The east-bound flight is a red-eye leaving Sacramento at 11: 55 p.m.
    • I'm back from Alaska after a miserable red-eye with no sleep.
    • We took a red-eye, and the airport and airplane were pretty much deserted.
    • He had postponed his sales trip by one day to spend time with his sons and planned, after a day's work, to catch the red-eye home that night.
    • The flight to East Africa was a red-eye, but it was daytime on my body clock, and I was fatigued from several days of traveling alone.
    • You can save even more if you're willing to take a red-eye or very early morning flight, or one with a stop or two.
    • It was a hopper plane, the red-eye across the state so there were only eight people total, including pilot and assistant.
    • He took a red-eye out of L.A. and went on a riverboat tour down the Mississippi.
    • She felt still and calm for the first time in days as she realized that she'd managed to sleep for the entire duration of the red-eye.
    • The cheapest flight from Dublin is a red-eye at 6.50 am.
    • I took a red-eye to Detroit to meet him for breakfast.
    • And he was planning on going out in the morning, and flying back on the red-eye.
    • They've since pledged to limit the length of their trips, even if it means taking a red-eye to get home.
    • Some people can hop off the red-eye at 6am and whizz straight to their desks.
    • Straight whiskey these days, though, is no shot of red-eye in a dirty glass.
    • Whiskey is no longer just the drink of cigar-smoking older men in suits or a shot of red-eye in a dirty glass down at the local saloon.
  • 3EEUU coloquial

    (cheap whisky)
    whisky barato masculino