Lens Flare

With ambient and studio lighting, when light is directed or refracted into the camera’s lens, this light is known as lens flare. Some photographers will allow light to be reflected in their camera’s lens for an intended glowing effect, but normally light spill is undesired. When using studio lighting to illuminate your subject, you can eliminate light spill by position your flash unit and accessories to not direct light back into your camera.

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