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  1. Hello, I am trying to understand how this phenomenon can occur, In the movie '' Good Time '' of the Safdie brothers, I have noticed several times that the highlights that flare restore the source, not by a glow but by drawing of it. In the case of the example number 1 we see that the text in the window is present as a flare but that, it does not make a ring / point in flare but a reproduction of lettering neons. In example 2 the flare corresponds to the bulb pattern of the carousel. Can someone explain to me if this effect is due to a phenomenon of the used optics, a lens filter effect, or post-production? I am French mother tongue I hope that I managed to make myself understood. I thank you in advance.
  2. Hey guys ... Any tips on what i should do to have these effects [flares]? see attachment for ref. What can I use in front of the lens, or in front of the sensor ... ???
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