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Old 04-03-2013, 03:59 PM   #1801
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That is odd. I will say I never had problems with flare on the copy I had.
It could have been the lights, which, granted, were going to pose an issue if I was standing in the wrong spot. It is fine in the day, even with natural sunlight using a lens hood I don't have a problem. We were out in the middle of the city so there were lots of street lights around. I just found it interesting that he never had an issue standing in the same spot and I did. I will have to get out again in similar conditions and do some 'testing' to see if I can isolate the situations where it is an issue
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Old 04-04-2013, 08:46 AM   #1802
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I also use the Tokina 11-16mm. In daylight, there is usually no issues with flare.
Night shots were a different story. If you get street light in the shot, and they are off to the edge of the frame, you will get flare. It is also exacerbated by over exposing the shot. In general, at night, the camera would over expose since there is a lot of dark areas in the frame, like the sky and shadows.

Here's a shot with the Tokina. 12 seconds at f/11, no filter.
You can see where each flare is coming from a small, bright light source.


This doesn't happen every time. Just when all the conditions are right; small intense light source near the edge, a bit over exposed, dark background for the flare to show up. It's just what we have to deal with using UWA lenses. Lens hoods and/or flags can help reduce flares, if the light source is outside of the frame.

Flare can also occur on the pro Nikon 14-24mm, as this lens review site states.
http://www.photozone.de/nikon_ff/447..._28_ff?start=1
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Old 04-04-2013, 10:11 AM   #1803
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Some false colour IR

From the patio of room 2514 at OKW. Tokina 11-16 with a Hoya IR filter.

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Old 04-04-2013, 04:35 PM   #1804
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I also use the Tokina 11-16mm. In daylight, there is usually no issues with flare.
Night shots were a different story. If you get street light in the shot, and they are off to the edge of the frame, you will get flare. It is also exasperated by over exposing the shot. In general, at night, the camera would over expose since there is a lot of dark areas in the frame, like the sky and shadows.

Here's a shot with the Tokina. 12 seconds at f/11, no filter.
You can see where each flare is coming from a small, bright light source.


This doesn't happen every time. Just when all the conditions are right; small intense light source near the edge, a bit over exposed, dark background for the flare to show up. It's just what we have to deal with using UWA lenses. Lens hoods and/or flags can help reduce flares, if the light source is outside of the frame.

Flare can also occur on the pro Nikon 14-24mm, as this lens review site states.
http://www.photozone.de/nikon_ff/447..._28_ff?start=1
Yes that is exactly what mine looked like. Lol, I also had lumo green flare coming in at the right. I had no filter on at the time. I tried the hood but it cast shadows so I removed it. It was down to the relationship between where I was and where the light was but if i moved I didn't have the image framed nicely. It was a little over exposed on long exposure so perhaps I should have erred on the darker side with a shorter one. Nonetheless, my intention that night was to get out and experiment and have fun which I did achieve (and find my way around my new camera) so it wasn't a loss. I was just surprised at the level of flare! You are correct in that I have never had issues with it in the day, so perhaps why I only noticed it now.

Thanks for the pic
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Old 04-07-2013, 06:06 PM   #1805
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Been a while since I posted, but (hopefully) back into the swing of workflowing...

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Old 04-08-2013, 03:44 PM   #1806
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Come one, some one else post something, i'm getting bored of seeing my own pictures


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p17blo what lens did you use to take the pictures that you are posting and what was the setting on this one?
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All if the exif information is available in the image which can be found here
http://www.flickr.com/photos/p17blo/...in/photostream

But it's. 10-22m lens, 10mm focal length used. F13 2.5 second exposure

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How about ultrawide IR?

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After reading this thread for years and wanting an UW all that time, it's actually happening tomorrow! Finally I pulled together the money and asked for it for Mother's Day.

I'm getting a 10-22 mm Canon lens. I know it will be wonderful for all the unique angles and shots shown in this thread but my primary goal is to shoot landscapes.

Now I have to get in some practice before we leave for California next week! Yikes!
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