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Getting out of bad habits

I’ve made a commitment to improve my photography, I’ve made a list of areas where I want to improve this year, I’m all set to go but, oh no, what’s this? 308 more words

Photography

Are You Seeing Spots?

That’s my typical answer when a customer asks how often they should have their sensor cleaned on their digital camera. Sensor cleaning is not something needed on a regular basis. 406 more words

Time to clean the image sensor, isn't it?

I have my new Nikon DSLR for some time now. You would expect that the camera is clean when comes out of the factory, but there are many people having this problem with new Nikon cameras. 263 more words

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Oiled and feeling dirty

Wet cleaning the sensor on your camera is something that most photographers have to face at some point. When I used Olympus DSLR’s I never needed to worry about dust or dirt on the sensor their superb automatic sensor cleaning process seemed to take care of any problems. 546 more words

Nikon

Sensor Cleaning - Is it just a big scam?

I know that by this time most readers have converted to digital cameras and many of you are using digital SLR cameras.  So you might be wondering about the need to have your sensor cleaned.   250 more words

Photography Tips And Advice

Prepping for your Sensor Cleaning using Lightroom™

Building on yesterday’s excitement over my first use of the Gel Wand for sensor cleaning, I prepared this quick video tutorial on how to use Lightroom to prepare you a dust map to aid you in your sensor debris eradication.

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