lensflare

‘Eric Cartman’ Lens Flare Photo Becomes an All-Time Top Reddit Post

From the "weird but also kind of fun" department comes one of the strangest and now most popular photos ever shared on Reddit. No, it's not some epic landscape or a mind-blowing wildlife photo... it's a shot of the London skyline with a lens flare that looks exactly like the South Park character Eric Cartman.

The History and Explosion of Lens Flare

Lens flare was once considered a problem in filmmaking and something that should be prevented with well designed lenses and special coatings, but now it's something that's embraced and seemingly in every movie that hits the silver screen. How and why did this change happen?

Nikon D750 Owners Reporting a Dark Band Problem That Causes Ugly Lens Flares

The Nikon D750 full frame DSLR has been receiving fantastic marks from reviewers so far, but now an issue has popped up that threatens to damage the camera's reputation. Photographers around the world are reporting a problem with their lens flares. At certain angles, an ugly dark band shows up across the top, separating lens flares from the edge of the frame.

Simple Tutorial Shows You How to Change an Object’s Color in Photoshop

One of the basic Photoshop skills that many beginners want to learn early on is how to change something's color in one of their images (be that an object or someone's eye color). Well, you're in luck, because Aaron Nace and Phlearn are here with a simple tutorial that will show you how to do just that, and do it well.