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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. Flares are common in music videos. You always see the coming in and out of the frame during performance shots. I know the concept to achieve them is to have a light moving in and out around the edge of the lens to create the flare. I know the lens build also controls the look of the flare. I have tried recreating this with a flashlight a few times, its ok, but I don't get the big beautiful look that I'm used to seeing. I'm curious if there's a specific type of light that's best to use to create these edge flares or not? Any best practice tips in recreating would be great.
  3. Does anyone know what lenses are being used on the HBO series "The Leftovers"? I've seen some interesting flares and am curious to find out what they are using. Thanks, Alan Gwiz
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