Taking an Iridology picture for Distance Consultation
Step 1: Taking Your Iris Photos with a Digital Camera
Set Camera to Macro Setting.
Increase Resolution to 4.5M (2784 x 1568).
Turn on Flash.
Use Indoor Daylight.
Stand sideways from any window (facing the window will cause glare).
Have someone else hold the camera or use a tripod and timer.
Hold the upper and lower eyelids open to make entire iris visible.
Take one photo of each iris at a time.
Keep the eye close to the camera. On Macro Setting, you can be 4-5 inches from the lens.
Step 2: Emailing Your Iris Photo Results
You may crop the photos so only the eye is visible to reduce the file size.
If this is too much work, then simply email the entire photo.
You can send 1-2 pictures of the Left Eye in one email.
You can send 1-2 pictures of the Right Eye in another email.
EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTABLE IRIS IMAGES