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Some sunrise shots

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by gruvpix, Apr 15, 2016.

  1. gruvpix

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    Spring is in the air, fog begins to collect above the river and golf courses in Edmonton Canada.
    Damn lens flare is pretty ugly though
     

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  2. ringolong

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    Those are incredible! How are you stitching them together?
     
  3. SanCap

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    Lens Flare is cool! It is amazing how may TV commercials either have flare or add it. Nice work.
     
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    Normally I don't mind it in video but the flare on this lens I feel detracts from the photos at times, just casts too much red and takes the eye away from the cool parts of the shot. That's just me though.
     
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  5. gruvpix

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    Thanks brotha, stitched in lightroom
     
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    What lens is it?
     
  7. gruvpix

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    Oly 12mm
     
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    Would the hood help at all or did you have one on? EDIT, not at that angle. Did you have a UV filter on?
     
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    Yes I had a UV filter, no hood. I was asking for it of course shooting straight into the sun, but the flare on this lens can be pretty offensive at times. If you look at the full pano and zoom in you can see where it is the worst, the reflection compounds kind of erratically resulting in that massive red circle. I toned the red channel down a lot because it just overwhelmed the shot.
    I don't really know what I'm doing photography wise so I'm sure there's a way to avoid it (read do not shoot directly into the sun), but my location wasn't really conducive to that the way I wanted to frame the shot.
     
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    I wonder how it would do without the UV filter?
     
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    Love both photos, hats off to ya;)
     
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