filter question

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  1. hossmaster

    hossmaster TPF Noob!

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    Hello, in the picture below, there are blue/green secondary colors that are from the initial light source. My question is, are these reflections from my UV filter back to the lens? I have seen this in other pictures I have taken. Thanks for the reply.

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    ok is this a better example, notice the green dots on along the bottom, I believe those are the lights from the mist area, never mind that it is a terrible picture.

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    ann No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    with long exposure one can get "hot spots" , pixels that just give up the game :)
     
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    its not hot red pixels, its green spots below or above a light source.
     
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    the pixels can be a variety of colors, remember that the sensor is made up of three colors , red, green and blue, with green being 50 percent the other two 25 percent each

    also those spots are spread about
     

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