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Left or right eye?


21 Jul 2005 8:26AM
This is a super fun topic. I use my right eye. But yeah, I had to pick up my camera for this as well. My wife uses left and I told her, going by a previous post, that she was weird. Uh-oh!!

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TeresaH 9 1.1k United Kingdom
21 Jul 2005 8:29AM
I close my left eye and view with my right. In shooting they call it your dominant eye, apparently Smile
spaceman 10 5.2k 3 Wales
21 Jul 2005 8:31AM
Left. Left-handed as well, so....
u08mcb 10 5.8k
21 Jul 2005 8:31AM
7th son of a 7th son as well?
juliem 9 613
21 Jul 2005 9:31AM
Lefty...
c_evans99 11 7.0k 1 Wales
21 Jul 2005 9:37AM
Left eye, small nose, damn near blind in my right eye (like all Scarlets supporter)

Ceri Smile
21 Jul 2005 9:38AM
Strange, but you lot that are left dominant do you feel more comfortable posing subjects facing left. I am right eye dominant and nothing posed to the left looks right to me shot in a studio for 9 years and still feels wierd.......
jono
Pegon 9 78 1 England
21 Jul 2005 11:11AM
I must be another weirdo,left eye, but I am right handedSmile
ajm 10 232
21 Jul 2005 11:32AM
left eye - right handed
tepot 10 4.4k United Kingdom
21 Jul 2005 11:46AM
since eyes have a different colour rendition, you might think you need an 81a filter when viewing the scene with the right eye but it looks ok with the left, so what to do? also if your viewing eye is getting blurry (old age) does the lens take care of everything or do you need to compensate, do you need to shoot with glasses or does the lens take the place of glasses?
21 Jul 2005 11:53AM
L e f t
sdhughes 10 92 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2005 12:29PM
A lefty eyed right handed one! Someone once said it may be a very mild form of dyslexia but don't really subscribe to that.
Stu.
klewis 10 1.9k 1 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2005 1:24PM
I wouldnt ebircsbus to that either uts
future 10 153
22 Jul 2005 2:18AM
Left eye, right hand (Snooker left, shooting left) left foot! Stu, I think theres something in that Dyslexia tie...

Chris
covey 10 1.7k Ireland
22 Jul 2005 2:57AM
On a similar note, are all shutter release buttons made for right handed people ?

T.

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