Upside down reflections on night shots.

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  1. Jaszek

    Jaszek No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Today I decided to get myself a Tripod and go out and take some night shots. It went grat but on some photos I get an upside down reflection of the lights. For the shot attached I used a sigma DG 70-300mm lens zoomed in completely on a Canon XSI. I have a Tiffen UV Protector lens attached so might that be the cause of the problem? I'm new to photography so thanks ahead of any tips.


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    yep its the UV filter-I always take mine off now for night shots
     
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    didn't think about taking it off while taking the shots lol. I'll try to photoshop it and see if it will ook fine
     
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    I've never even thought about taking the UV filter off. Come to think of it, I have had this in a few of my shots, but I assumed it was lens flare...although it's blatantly not...
     

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