Lens flare

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  1. craig

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    I shot this about two weeks ago. You will notice only her face in green upside down and backwards. I am thinking lens flare? Any thoughts would be helpful. A full on blooper by the photographer. I am proud to say that the shoot went really well. I posted one in the Photojournalism Gallery.

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    With Halloween coming up you could blame it on a ghost?
     
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    Thanks!!! I like that idea.
     
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    If it is lens flare then I have never seen any more interesting one than this!
     
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    Thanks LaFoto! It was contrasty lighting. I think this is flare in the barrel of the lens. As opposed to coming in from the front. If that makes any sense.
     

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