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    gravy TPF Noob!

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    I'm starting to really dig doing the night shots... is the lens flare too distracting?

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    Nope, like it just the way it is. Nice shot :thumbup:
     
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    anyone else?
     
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    I feel like the flare takes all my attention. My eye keeps going back to it, which makes it distracting. Otherwise I like it a lot.
     
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    I really like the subject but find it hard to focus on it as well , the flare hogs the attention ..
     
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    It's an awesome photo! but I do keep getting drawn to the flare
     
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    Isnt there something you can do to prevent those from happening?

    Someone told me one time that that happens because of something to do with the aperture setting at the time of exposure, im not 100% sure though.
     

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