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In researching this issue on the Internet I found information that suggested that this color fringing was caused by "ccd bloom". When pixel receptor sites become over-stimulated due to very bright light levels part of the signal from one receptor site "leaks" to pixel receptor sites around it. If this occurred along an edge of high contrast, the "leak" would cause flare in the darker side of the edge.
Originally posted by Radiobuzz
On the other hand, if we want to be sure it's a reflection or make any other analysis we would need the full picture, not a cropped version.
Originally posted by spikey
reply to post by Mr Mask
Could of been taken through a window, or could just be a dirty lens with traces of crud from the beach or whatever.
The blooming you mention could also be common digital camera bloom (CCD Bloom) which by all accounts, is quite normal.
Originally posted by gortex
If it's photoshopped how is it there are reports from multiple whiteness ?
Originally posted by Mr Mask
I still stand aware that I may be wrong on everything, at all times.