Long Exposure Photography Issues

Started 6 months ago | Questions thread
OP Mitch1314 Junior Member • Posts: 34
Re: Long Exposure Photography Issues

Ed Rizk wrote:

You got me looking back through old real estate photos. I got that haze around the windows more often than the spots on the 10-22. I thought that was a function of the HDR program. I get little to none of it on the 17.

Quality glass matters in more ways than I realized. I still got some near perfect shots with the 10-22, though.

I know that I don't have the top of the line L-lenses but I always was very happy with the resaults and they worked flawless for me until about two months ago.

I googled a lot about this topic before I wrote my post, but I could not find anything execpt some photos with heavy lens flares and they looked all completly different to my photos.:-(

It looks little bit like "bokeh balls" so maybe you a right and those are internal reflections. This weekend will try my best to solve my problem and report back. Maybe there is also some hope for your 60D and 11-22mm lens



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