Superheroine Miss Lens Flare – Superpower Invisibility

Understanding lens flares:

Lens flare is created when non-image forming light enters the lens and subsequently hits the camera’s film or digital sensor. This often appears as a characteristic polygonal shape, with sides which depend on the shape of the lens diaphragm. It can lower the overall contrast of a photograph significantly and is often an undesired artifact, however some types of flare may actually enhance the artistic meaning of a photo. Understanding lens flare can help you use it — or avoid it — in a way which best suits how you wish to portray the final image.

[…] Flare can take many forms, and this may include just one or all of the polygonal shapes, bright streaks, or overall washed out look (veiling flare) shown above.

So this is the basic idea of Miss Lens Flare. That she is invisible, not always by her own choice and that she can be seen in different forms. Sometimes as a mere reflection or a pale memory of something. Sometimes a vivid and raw personality. People are hating her presence but others use her to their own purposes. It’s a cruel world out there for her but she tries to survive. Not always using her superpower for good, she copes.