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Bob Cammarata
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Strange Anomalies


 
  Sample 1
Sample 1

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  Sample 2
Sample 2

Micro-Nikkor 105


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  Sample 3 (Normal)
Sample 3 (Normal)

Micro-Nikkor 105


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While out shooting ice formations with my D300 the other day, I noticed something really wierd.
Most of the images looked normal but a few had strange "globs" of what appears to runaway reflected light gone amuck.
Has anyone else ever experienced this?

The attached examples had no software adjustments except for a little sharpening.

2/27/2009 11:24:52 PM

 
Gregory LaGrange
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  For me you're going to have to put some arrows or something because I don't see any reflections that are out of the ordinary.

2/28/2009 7:55:12 AM

 
Bob Cammarata
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  I was referring to the opaque globs of light in between the ice formations in the first two samples but upon more careful observation, I see that they DO follow the contour of the ice.

It looked to me at first as if those background reflections were "bleeding over" into parts of the log and ice formations.

2/28/2009 2:08:30 PM

 

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