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Originally posted by LEL01
reply to post by CHRLZ
"why (and how) only that bit of image is being projected somewhere"
It's the mirror, the sun is hitting the right side of the car from behind. In the UO picture you can see the side of the car down the right edge of the mirror, it's not in the 5 seconds before picture. This is what's causing the bright light on the UO and messing with the cameras sensor.
The mirror is the only part of the picture that caught the sun hitting the side of the car
We can all see the hazy mist in the picture so I'm guessing that hazy mist is what the image is projected onto, we just can't see it but that clear blue sky isn't really what I think a clear blue sky looks like.
You can see her face, her sun glasses, her hand and the bright light is right where the camera should be.
Originally posted by GhislainO
Hi. I'm new to this forum but I saw what you posted and I did an image comparison of what I see.... Let me know what you think. But my opinion is very simple. I don't think it's fare away, it looks like a droplet of liquid that is transparent and somewhat round, distorting the light going thru it. We see what the camera is seeing, meaning the refection in the mirror. I could be wrong.
Just to let you know what I do. I'm a graphic designer, special effect artist, and been working with Photoshop, Nuke, Maya, After Effect and Avid for like 20 + years.