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  1. Kind of a lousy image. I was in Guthrie, Oklahoma last week and now the sun is not overhead anymore, but lower in the sky. I really wanted the architecture of these old buildings, and I wanted the delivery truck. But this is what I got. Just about as severe a flare as I've ever seen. Does it completely ruin this image or does it add interest? And, if you like it, do you think it would pass QC ? All advice welcome, good or b a d. - Betty https://www.dropbox.com/s/gvxc3pyfohob6dp/_ALI2067-flare.jpg?dl=0
  2. Good morning, Lens flare can be and is used for artistic effect, and I have a couple of lenses that are susceptible to flare (or good for creating it depending on your view of the subject). Assuming that images meet the usual criteria for upload, i.e. no dust spots etc etc, would flare be acceptable or would it be frowned upon by QC? Cheers.
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