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It is "lens flare" in the first, but in the second, it is the reflection of the black internal parts of the front of your lens which are illuminated by the direct sun reflecting off the inside of your UV filter.
It is called Lens Flare. This is caused by strong light sources, such as the Sun in your two examples, that are either just outside the Angle of View of the camera lens or in the framing of your scene. Some of the light from the source of the flare is bouncing around inside your lens and reflecting off the surfaces of the lens elements. If the light source ...
To the best of my knowledge there is no way to take multiple images with a single press of the button using any of Canon's IR remote shutter releases such as the RC-6. This is because a constant signal from the remote would deplete the battery supplying the energy for the remote very quickly. On the other hand, almost every wired remote I've ever seen ...
Set your camera to automatic mode, if you need an easy solution to this problem. It makes the camera think for you. This is not how to become a professional photographer, but it will use the flash in generally the right situations.
I don’t want to sound like a father doing a speech but the Canon Manual is a great source of information. I read mine (which is the same Camera you have) like 4 times to understand some functionality of the camera. I found it the best way to achieve the best of that baby.
The flash will not automatically activate in all camera modes as some leave the decision up to the user when you are exercising a degree of manual control. If you are in manual for example it will only fire when you specifically turn it on by popping it up. More specifically for the 60D, on page 129 of your manual it indicates In Creative Zone modes, ...
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