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Because backlighting is so inherently striking, you’ll find that it presents many different possibilities for creative images. Lens flare is an optical by-product that photographers often strive to avoid much of the time, but it can be used to add drama and interest to your backlit portraits.

“Lens flares and light rays can add a fascinating dimension to your portrait”, says Greta Tuckute. “It is difficult to control the position of the light rays in the

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