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How To Create Fake Sun Flare In Your Photos | Lightroom 6 & CC Tutorial

How To Create Fake Sun Flare In Your Photos | Lightroom 6 & CC Tutorial
   Explore your creative side in this Lightroom retouching tutorial. In this weeks episode I show you how to take almost any photograph and add your own sun flare into the photo and make it look natural as if mother nature put it there herself.

How To Create Fake Sun Flare In Your Photos - Before & After

About This Photo:

   This is a photo that I had taken at Singapore's premier bird park. It is an amazing place to visit and highly recommended for anyone traveling out that way. The exposure used was ISO1250, f/6.3 at 1/125th sec and at 100mm. The camera used was the Canon EOS 70D and the Tamron SP 70-300mm Lens. This lens is soft at f/5.6 and gets its sharpest about f/8. So I didn't want to go no faster then f/6.3 and couldn't go no slower without raising the ISO up any higher, which would have introduced more noise. Then take into account that I was already at 100mm so didn't want to go no slower on the shutter speed as could end up introducing blur since I was shooting hand held.

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