sunny mountains

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  1. spako

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    This is my first try at shooting into the sun ... go ahead and tell me what I did wrong :wink:




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    Thank you for looking!
     
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    Aside from the lens flare these pics look good #2 could be a bit more in focsu but I like the composition of #1 a lot. Its tough to avoid flare when shooting into the sun and would love to hear anyone's thought on how to avoid it.
     
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    the only way i know to avoid it, is to not shoot into the sun ;)

    did you use a ND on these? or is it from a point and shoot? i thought looking through a viewfinder directly into the sun was dangerous to your eyes...

    i think changing the aperture might have an affect on the amount of flaring but I don't shoot into the sun enough to give you specifics... just something to experiment with if you are so inclined...

    i like the mountains... :thumbup:
     

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