Have a reflection on da picture


jejem

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weegk

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did you put any filter in front of your lens ?
 

ninelives

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i am not sure how old are you. but you need to know some basic etiquette while posting.

caps lock = shouting.
 

Octarine

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Pretty nice ghosting :thumbsup: - Read up more about flare:
http://toothwalker.org/optics/flare.html#filter
SO HELP ME SHOULD I TAKE DA LENS FOR SERVICE OR CLEAN MY SELF
WAT IS DA PROBLEM
I can see a problem with your caps lock and your language. Beside this, taking off the filter will help to remove the flare / ghosting. There is nothing to clean.
 

jejem

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sorry to all member of CS who hav reply to my post .. I even took out the filter but i can see the glare


thanks
 

jejem

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sorry to all member of CS for i use caps and thanks who hav reply to my post .. I even took out the filter but i can see the glare


thanks
 

Rashkae

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What lens are you using? Any adaptors, etc attached?
 

jejem

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Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II with hoya filter attach
 

GRbenji

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You can try by Removing your filter and use a lens hood, It might help in your case. (=
Look at the 2nd pic on the reflection of the block number. I don't think a hood will help.;)
 

jejem

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I even took the filter and tired but i can c the glare
 

Rashkae

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If you get the same issue even without the Hoya filter, then it's just a property of the cheap lens. Nothing you can do except try a smaller aperture or learn photoshop.
 

jejem

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hahahah ..............lol thank u brother i will try again
 

jejem

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kaylan2000

thank u so much
the the tips u gave
 

cadefox

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I even took the filter and tired but i can c the glare
Icic, then try taking at different angle or position. this is what i normally will do. If flare still appear in your photo after changing a few angle or position, then i think the place is not suitable for taking photo lol ;)

or another alternative is you can erase the flare away by using Photo Shop
 

Kevil

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Woah.thats some serious bad reflections going, but in a way..its kinda cool :cool: like some special effects ghosting. ;)

But on another note, did u attempted to clean ur lens with any solutions? could be one of the cause if u did. But if u really cant find the cause of it then no harm juz going down to consult the Service/Repair staff
 

oceanpriest

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I guess it's the filter. I use Tokina UV Filter.

Here the picture I took without UV filter



Here the one I took with UV filter

 

jejem

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thanks ...to show ur pic .coz i also tired without filter .... its ok ..but it be not harm da lens without filter
 

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