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    Today while I was screening and I have to say I was just amazed at the amount of shots that were uploaded with dust spots, and I don't mean hard to see dust spots. Stevie Wonder could see these dust spots. Folks...clean your sensors or learn how to remove dust from your pictures.

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      Yes, they are everywhere. For me, I clean the sensor as often as possible, yet I suspect my camera of illegal producing dust spots....


      get FRA spotting informations here:
      www.Frankfurt-Aviation-Friends.eu

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      • #4
        There are an awful lots of dust producing cameras out there Daird .. including mine !!!

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        • #5
          Believe me or not, but last summer I made a picture of a EK 773 passing FRA at FL 300 or so, and while I was making this picture, a dust-spot appeared! Just out of the blue and it was really large... ! I could see it even in the display. And it was not there when I made the other shots before.
          [email protected]: How do you search for dust-spots in your pictures?
          I take the contrast and turn it up. Then I'll see the desaster and decide, not uploading pictures to JP. Never again, because I don't want my reputation shot..


          get FRA spotting informations here:
          www.Frankfurt-Aviation-Friends.eu

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          • #6
            I have always used the creating a duplicate layer and equalizing it to find them.. Sixty percent of the time, it works every time…

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            • #7
              People give me a sideways look when I tell them that I bought a second D80 body ?? Why do that they ask, it's a bit extravagant ?

              I keep an 18-135 lens mounted on one and a 70-300 mounted on the other and the benefits are....

              1. If I suddenly find I need a different focal length I've got it immediately to hand before the opportunity disappears and...

              2. Not continually changing lenses means that I rarely get a dust spot problem....and I use Nikon D80's which don't have an anti dust feature !!!

              I can honestly say that my last 50 - 100 uploads needed a total of no more than a dozen dust spots removing overall. OK, so dust spots can be removed easily but missing that shot of a lifetime because I didn't have the focal length available would lead me to possible suicide !!
              If it 'ain't broken........ Don't try to mend it !

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              • #8
                Originally posted by brianw999
                OK, so dust spots can be removed easily but missing that shot of a lifetime because I didn't have the focal length available would lead me to possible suicide !!
                Nice One

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by tommyalf
                  Today while I was screening and I have to say I was just amazed at the amount of shots that were uploaded with dust spots, and I don't mean hard to see dust spots. Stevie Wonder could see these dust spots. Folks...clean your sensors or learn how to remove dust from your pictures.
                  I thought the upload process added dust spots while in the queue
                  KC-135: Passing gas and taking names!

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