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    Soft Water

    Soft Water
    Last edited by zutty; 04-30-2015 at 06:24 AM.
     
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    Re: Soft Water

    Nice shot, but watch your sensor dust and dust bunnies as I can see a lot.

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    Re: Soft Water

    Very nice and almost as many dust bunnies as me
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    Re: Soft Water

    I usually get them all out but forgot this time....This was shot at f32 which is one reason they appear so clearly..I don't usually use such a tiny f stop but I was experimenting with a ND filter..I do blow out the dust with a Giotto Rocket every time I switch lenses. I won't go past that in cleaning the sensor.....When I shoot at a larger f-stop they pretty much disappear..I don't know what else to do short of doing a wet clean myself which I really don't want to do...Anyone have any thoughts? I am REALLY careful when changing lenses but sensor dust is just a fact of life in a DSLR.I got most of them out in this photo and put the edited version up top
    Last edited by zutty; 04-30-2015 at 06:39 AM.
    D810 with MB-D12, D610 with MB-D14, D7100 with MB-D15, 14-24 2.8, 24-70 2.8, 105 2.8 VR Micro, 16 2.8D Fisheye, 50 1.8D, 60 2.8G Micro, 70-300 VR, 85 1.8G, 70-200 2.8 VRII, Tamron SP 150-600 F5-6.3 Di VC, SB-700, SB910, R1, Induro 313, BHD-3, ThinkTank Streetwalker Backpack, ThinkTank Urban Disguise Shoulder Bag, iMac 27" 512 Gig SS Drive, 24 Gig RAM, 20TB storage on 6 External Hard Drives, Lightroom 5, Photoshop cc, Photomatix 5, Topaz, NIK, Nikon ViewNX2, NX-D & Transfer 2.

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    Re: Soft Water

    Quote Originally Posted by zutty View Post
    I usually get them all out but forgot this time....This was shot at f32 which is one reason they appear so clearly..I don't usually use such a tiny f stop but I was experimenting with a ND filter..I do blow out the dust with a Giotto Rocket every time I switch lenses. I won't go past that in cleaning the sensor.....When I shoot at a larger f-stop they pretty much disappear..I don't know what else to do short of doing a wet clean myself which I really don't want to do...Anyone have any thoughts? I am REALLY careful when changing lenses but sensor dust is just a fact of life in a DSLR.I got most of them out in this photo and put the edited version up top
    Do a wet cleaning yourself. After the first time it won't hurt so much.
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  6. #6
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    Re: Soft Water

    No....I'm not going to do a wet cleaning.....I'm sure to mess it up.....Just not my thing and there's too much to lose
    D810 with MB-D12, D610 with MB-D14, D7100 with MB-D15, 14-24 2.8, 24-70 2.8, 105 2.8 VR Micro, 16 2.8D Fisheye, 50 1.8D, 60 2.8G Micro, 70-300 VR, 85 1.8G, 70-200 2.8 VRII, Tamron SP 150-600 F5-6.3 Di VC, SB-700, SB910, R1, Induro 313, BHD-3, ThinkTank Streetwalker Backpack, ThinkTank Urban Disguise Shoulder Bag, iMac 27" 512 Gig SS Drive, 24 Gig RAM, 20TB storage on 6 External Hard Drives, Lightroom 5, Photoshop cc, Photomatix 5, Topaz, NIK, Nikon ViewNX2, NX-D & Transfer 2.





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