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08/29/2017 07:37:39 AM · #1
Standard editing
Black and White only

This used to be my first task when I joined the photography school 25 years ago.

08/29/2017 10:02:20 AM · #2
we need more of an explanation...
08/29/2017 10:16:40 AM · #3
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

we need more of an explanation...

Maybe lens flare? Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_394451.jpg
08/29/2017 01:18:18 PM · #4
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Starburst Effect in Photography

A smaller aperture will exaggerate the rays of light you see when compared to a wider aperture. When your aperture becomes small, the blades will create stronger angles which produce this effect as the light hits your sensor. When you shoot wide open, your aperture will be more round, giving you a softer light source.

08/29/2017 05:11:14 PM · #5
you win congrats
08/29/2017 06:45:25 PM · #6
Almost have to make this Minimal, since there are so many ways to create starbursts in post nowadays...
08/29/2017 07:40:42 PM · #7
Originally posted by GeorgesBogaert:

Standard editing
Black and White only

+1
10/15/2017 07:32:58 AM · #8
Bump
Minimal ok :)

Make sure this is not a lensflare challenge
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