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Why this spot is there in picture while clicking picture in night

  1. R1528253929364
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2018

    R1528253929364 , Jun 23, 2018 :
    when I clicked picture in night that greenish color dot is always there in picture.

    why it came in picture. Anyone Having any idea about it.
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  2. idkwhoiam322
    Nougat Jun 23, 2018


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  3. G_adarshnholla_adi_MdGw
    Froyo Jun 23, 2018


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  4. R1528253929364
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2018

    R1528253929364 , Jun 23, 2018 :
    it's a spot. Moon can't be on building. please refer attached picture below.
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  5. Tobikage
    Nougat Jun 23, 2018


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  6. Tom_lecter
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 23, 2018


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  7. prajnay0
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 23, 2018


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  8. R1528253929364
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2018

    R1528253929364 , Jun 23, 2018 :
    No, I never tried that. Suggest me how to do that.
     

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  9. eye842
    Lollipop Jun 23, 2018

    eye842 , Jun 23, 2018 :
    Take a picture without any light source in the field of view.

    If it is not there it is just lens flare.
     

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  10. R1528253929364
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2018

    R1528253929364 , Jun 23, 2018 :
    No. That spot comes when I shoot outside. specially in night with street lights or any lighting source.
     

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  11. Photoman9988
    KitKat Jun 23, 2018

    Photoman9988 , Jun 23, 2018 :
    like others have said, it could just be lens flare. I remember seeing several pictures were people were complaining about this with the OnePlus 6.
     

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  12. Tom_lecter
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 23, 2018

    Tom_lecter , Jun 23, 2018 :
    Then it is lens flare!
     

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  13. the_o2
    Marshmallow Jun 23, 2018

    the_o2 , Jun 23, 2018 :
    That green dot is a lens flare
    When you photograph an intense source of light, such as the sun, the little bit of light that is reflected is enough to show up in the photograph and the color is an indication of the wavelength dependence of the particular coating. Its position and size are based off the angle between you and the sun and the particular position of the elements in your lens.
    It is recommended that you avoid shooting directly into the sunlight/high intense of light source..
     

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  14. F_Abhay_Kumar_YCVZ
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2018


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  15. R1528253929364
    Cupcake Jun 23, 2018


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