I took 9 photo's roughly 1 to 6 minutes apart with a FUJI FINEPIX S4400 set at Sunset mode.The scenery is the horizon with a light overcast sky with the sun about an hour away from setting.I estimate the clouds had a transparency of 20 percent.And 90 percent of the sun was visible.All 9 photos resulted with a in the Sun having a odd angular flare that I have never seen before.I will post 3 of the 9 pictures, I used a solar filter on one and the other two are originals.
My question is, Were all 9 images correctly displayed? or rare anomalies? Please provide a photo that distinctly resembles the images I captured if answering the question
Another way to capture a anamorphic flare is to use a special anamorphic flare lens that compresses the image giving the effect.I did not use a anamorphic flare lens so this rules out this type of anamorphic flare.
Letus35 AnamorphX Adapter High Flare, Anamorphic Converter, 114mm Clamp On, Super 35 cost-$1,694.95
Note Both of these Anamorphic Converters capture horizontal and perpendicular flares, all 9 of my images have a horizontal flare.