dvincent wrote:Are you using a UV filter?
If so, remove it.
Miguel1982 wrote:Also make sure that the front glass element is clean. Any dust spots there can show up as glare when hit by light.
mx330 wrote:Maybe a direct source of light in the frame? like a light post or so? or other light source(s)...Try using the lens hood to prevent glare and lens flare.
shattuckb02 wrote:I was using a lens hood, and made sure there was no direct light in the lens' field of view.
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