MFT Lens Turbo II Flare

Started Jul 13, 2017 | Discussions thread
Alan WF
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Re: Another before-after

I could well agree that there's a loss of contrast here, but I don't see a strongly structured flare like the one over my face in my original example with the 28 mm, coming down from the window in my later examples with the 28, 50, and 100 mm, or coming in from the upper left in your earlier image of the woman walking.

I think the reason is that the scene is so bright. I find the flare ruins the image when I have a dark scene with bright lighting around it. Here, there's not enough contrast between the scene and the sky for the flare to completely spoil the image.



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