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Paul

A Tip with example for everyone.

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This is for all of us, and thought I should touch on this topic a bit since there has been a slew of new photographers hanging out in our ranks as of late.

THIS HAPPENED TO ME, SAVE YOURSELF don't let this happen to you.

SENSOR DUST.

I did some shooting over the weekend and much to my dismay when I started to Post process, I have a lot of work ahead of me to salvage my work. Not sure if this dust is from the sensor or maybe on my polorizer filter, but it sucks to have to fix in post processing.

Double check your cameras before each shoot. to save yourself the headache. Hecka cleaning cloth is cheap and so is a small blower. I can not beleive I let this happen to me, shame on me. But we have all done it. SO here are 2 examples I will post. First one is the origianl straight out of RAW conversion, second one has been fixed for the most part.

Just look for all the dark dots in the sky.

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This one is fixed

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definitely sensor spots, Paul! Mine looks like a mine field, I really need to get it cleaned. Good work cleaning it though.

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