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Lens bloom occurs due to light bending around a backlit object/subject. The distant trees are not backlit. Lens flare is caused by hard light directly hitting the lens elements, and looks different. The lens is in the shade. Increased contrast is the opposite of the issue here. Light does not have a resonance frequency as such. Objects have a resonance ...


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The example shot looks like it's suffering from two main issues. White balance is coming out very much on the blue side. When we think of 'sunny' we think of 'warm'. Humans equate orange with warm & blue with cold. It's over-exposed. The camera was presumably thinking the tree was the main subject & tried to deal with that. Unfortunately, cameras ...


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