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Photographer's Note

Any time you point your camera towards the sun you are most likely to see a number of glare spots in your photo. This happens when the light bounces inside the lens elements inside the lens and some spots end up on the photo. It seems to me that the Canon 10-22 is designed to avoid having these glare spots enter the photo. This photo was taken without any filter whatsoever. All you have to do is make sure the sunlight does not enter the scene. Also note the canoes in the distance slope down on the left and the lake in the upper right slopes the other direction. I believe this happens when the lens is used off level. Still learning alot by trial and error to see if all the reviews are true. So far I am more than happy with the results. Enjoy!

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