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Pixel 6 Pro Very Strange Artifacts

Looks to be just drawn on in Photoshop or something, using the brush tool and clone stamp or similar.
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Phenomenon where a repeating pattern on a photo is colorized in alternating stripes

This is named moire. And happen when the angle of the camera is different by small amount to the pattern. You can use for example this manual to remove it. From the Photoshop Class folder, open file. ...
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Why does using flash sometimes create these white spots in the photo?

These are dust orbs caused by backscatter. The light from the flash is being reflected by the (out-of-focus) dust particle back to the lens. Because the dust is out of focus, its reflection looks like ...
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Phenomenon where a repeating pattern on a photo is colorized in alternating stripes

This is a moiré effect. Not easy to remove, which is why cameras often have a low-pass filter in front of the sensor; this reduces the definition a bit but reduces the moiré. If you have the RAW file, ...
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Grey circles in the background in photos

The most probable cause is dust on your sensor or less probable on the rear element of the lens. You can visually inspect the sensor by removing the lens and using a good light to see if there is dust....
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What are these striped artifacts in these photos?

The image defect can be described as posterization and results from aggressive colour correction which most modern cameras apply to obtain normal colours in common use case scenarios. You might get ...
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What are these striped artifacts in these photos?

A concert means rapidly changing, extreme light conditions. It looks like the conditions changed between metering and taking the picture. E.g. in the 2nd picture, the pink light came on and blew out ...
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Bokeh includes seemingly random fractions of a circle

This is just my speculation, based on my "mediocre" knowledge of physics and optics. It looks as if the light from those particular specular highlights are only hitting a portion of your ...
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Phenomenon where a repeating pattern on a photo is colorized in alternating stripes

Bonjour, this is called Moiré... Sometimes It is quite tricky to tackle despite the tools ... The best tutorial for you : https://photographylife.com/what-is-moire
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