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vince noir rock n roll star

the sun ..not the paper but the bright thing .

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well its bright as fuck out there ..the gardens hitting 21 deg again with ease ..so lets take pics of the sun ..see whats there today ..

first shot i just altered the saturation ..then 2nd shot really altered things from gamma to contrast and finally just an inversion 

what shape is the sun again ? 

and dont get me started on what hotpots show up ..its crazy.

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Being an amateur photographer (ooh er) I can tell you without doubt that the strange orb like anomalies your getting in your images is actually caused by lens flare. It's quite common to get these when shooting towards bright light sources and sometimes at particular angles. If you have a lens hood for whatever your using (or you could easily make one) this should help reduce the chances somewhat, as may a circular polarizing filter.

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i just like lookin at the sun ..and messing about with the colour things ..ive given up on the fake sun completely ..im just taking pics and messing about with them .but yep taken onboard @stoned__ape

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@goldie_2007

 

Very informative :)

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@vince noir rock n roll star

 

If you like taking photos of the sun and it's something you want to pursue, you could try getting a cheap variable ND filter and putting that in front of the lens with some tape. This will reduce the exposure and help you to get a bit more detail in, and perhaps even picking up on some different anomalies?

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so quality street wrappers wont cut the mustard then ?

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:P

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ive been helping an old lady today and when i finished at her place i came out and thought ..beautiful day but brr chilly ..the car was telling me it was 12 deg ..got home walked into me garden and instant sweat ..this is at 3.30pm ..its still lovely out now at 5.20pm ..

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i thought id stopped with this sun stuff but i saw somethin today ..looked like a faint moon behind the moon ..then they layered up the sky with trails which is happening righ now .

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19 hours ago, vince noir rock n roll star said:

ive been helping an old lady today and when i finished at her place i came out and thought ..beautiful day but brr chilly ..the car was telling me it was 12 deg ..got home walked into me garden and instant sweat ..this is at 3.30pm ..its still lovely out now at 5.20pm ..

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its because the cars thermometer is inside the car and not in direct sun?

If you put that thermometer in the shadow, it would read different.

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yeah obviously ...but why would i be stood in a shadow in my garden when its lovely out ..

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