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The effect is created due to you rotating and the lines being drawn from top to bottom and your shutter was open long enough to capture all lines being emitted. How did the image get skewed that way? You're rotating clockwise and when the flash went, a line at the top of the lower quarter of the screen was being emitted. Then you captured the next line when ...


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The reflection on the screen tells me you used a flash. The flash only lasts a very short time (at most 1/200 of a second), while the shutter was probably open for a much longer time (maybe 1/30 of a second). Since the frame of your CRT as well as the wall behind it do not emit light on their own, their appearance on the photo is mainly due to them ...


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What is acceptable is a matter of personal prefernce and where the photo will be used. I personally think that the flare is well within the tolerance of being acceptable. When it comes to needing the lens protected in a harsh environment, such as ocean spray or possibility of objects, this protection is crucial. I have seen much worse flaring with cheaper ...



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