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can someone suggest what might be causing the ripples on this picture? this had shown in several of my shots (other shots don't have such noise) when i was at UK fun fair just now. I am using an A40.
 

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also i noticed that all those pictures with the ripples were taken using flash (again, some other pictures taken using flash are flawless). this is the first time i encounter such a problem. anyone can explain?
 

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Erm...can you elaborate on this ripple thinggy?
I don't really see what ripples there are in the picture.
 

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Originally posted by qhelix
Erm...can you elaborate on this ripple thinggy?
I don't really see what ripples there are in the picture.
the white spots at the top. here's another piece of it showing....

 

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shouldn't be. as i pointed out, other pieces of photos are fine. really don't know how and where all these white spots come from.....puzzling.....
 

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Maybe it's just that your flash illuminated some speck of dust that flew by while you were taking your photo.
 

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it wasn't rain...neither was it very windy...
i just hope it wasn't due to some defects in the camera.......
will observe more in the future. hope it won't occur again!
 

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Probably dust....but otherwise few people would disagree.

Try shooting with flash in an enclosed area....example a shop under renovation...bound to get lots of ripples of many shapes and sizes.

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