Object Obstructing the Lens
An object obstructing the lens causes a dark or black area on the print
and always a white or white area when using a flash indoors or under low
light conditions. This area always has a fuzzy outline, never sharp.
Many so-called: vortexes, swirls, spirals, etc. are simply caused by
lens straps which are not around the picture-taker's neck but hanging
loose. They then are captured in between the camera's lens and the
subject of the photograph.
This picture is a clear indication of a camera strap. Notice the larger
(neck support) near the bottom middle of the frame.
Keep fingers, hands, straps, cases, flash cords and other objects away
from the lens.
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