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  1. #1
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    "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    Does anyone else have this issue? I will find myself frustrated that my pictures don't look sharp on Lightroom, then I will realize that my eyes are just tired and NOTHING looks sharp when I look around the room. Sometimes the next day I'll look at pictures that I thought were unsharp, and they turn out to be razor sharp.

    Also, after being out and shooting pictures all day, I sometimes find my right and left eye don't "agree" on focus. I'm sure that's from spending so much time looking through the viewfinder.

    Ah, the joys of 60 year-old eyes.


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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    yes, there are not enough carrots out there to help with old age vision. my regular glasses suck for computer work, I use reading glasses which helps till I need to use my regular glasses. I have set diopter adjustment on my camera so I can shoot without glasses. soon I will be shooting just abstract photos. :-)
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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    Ah, the joys of 60 year-old eyes.
    Wait until you get 72 year-old eyes I have "bionic eyes" (cataract surgery on both eyes) and I have to use one strength of reading glasses for the computer, another for my smart phone, and yet a third for regular reading. The only thing that works well is I no longer have to wear glasses for distance seeing.
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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    I use special glasses just for the computer, as well. Still, when my eyes are tired, there's naught to be done.
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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    "Tired Eye Syndrome"
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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    I use special glasses just for the computer, as well. Still, when my eyes are tired, there's naught to be done.
    Try sleep! LOL!!!

    The doctor will bill you, Woody!

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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    I am 54 and have similar problems. Eye strain, dry eyes, my glasses are good for reading but not the computer, etc, etc.

    "What a drag it is getting old."
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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg Pics View Post
    I am 54 and have similar problems. Eye strain, dry eyes, my glasses are good for reading but not the computer, etc, etc.

    "What a drag it is getting old."
    Yeah, but not getting old would kill me!!!

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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    I have that trouble too. A nap is the best solution. Computer glasses help, but a nap is better. It is funny when I was young I never napped. I could actually go a couple days without sleep. Maybe I am just catching up...
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    Re: "Tired Eye Syndrome"

    This may help @Woodyg3

    It is kind of long, but the suggestion of looking at something 20 feet away now and then is a good one.

    https://www.aoa.org/patients-and-pub...syndrome?sso=y
    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."


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