On 3/27/2012 8:20 AM, Michel Thoby wrote: Hi list, Flare is inherent in photography. It is however too often the subject of conflicting statements. Despite a
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, Mar 27, 2012
On 3/27/2012 8:20 AM, Michel Thoby wrote:
Flare is inherent in photography. It is however too often the
subject of conflicting statements. Despite a mass of available
information, I could not "get a clear picture" in my mind about the
causes and about the effects.
I have thus been analyzing Flare in an attempt to better explain
this multi-facet phenomenon to myself and possibly others:
(i.e. the side of the camera sensorthat
adjoins the mirror underside
(i.e. the side of the camera sensor
that adjoins the mirror underside
conditions discribed on fig 2
above for instance
conditions described on fig 2
above for instance
Especially when it is out of the filed!
Especially when it is out of the field!
mirror wlill be flipped up
mirror will be flipped up
(even with HDR processsing!)
(even with HDR processing!)
cannot suffer from bright steaking due
cannot suffer from bright streaking due
To better observe tthe effects
To better observe the effects
Unfortunayely the link to the
Unfortunately the link to the
"learnt" should really be "learned" but that's really more of a
grammatical choice you, as the author, need to make.
(sorry, no math here in this article)Hooray!
I'd like to personally thank you for the service you do for all of
us with your thoughtful and very precise tests and articles you do
and write about later
Cool Guy @ Large
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