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    There is something about a photo that has that "connect" that the lady from Corbis schooled me about.
    This photo has that "connect". Taken at Ryan Smyth's 1000th game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkrat View Post


    There is something about a photo that has that "connect" that the lady from Corbis schooled me about.
    This photo has that "connect". Taken at Ryan Smyth's 1000th game.
    It's the fact that he's looking right at the camera. Great catch.

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    Took this at Miramar in October.... I know, I know... I have a LOT of photos to go through, I'm really behind.

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    How do you guys clean your mirrors? You see in the second F-22 shot I posted the dust spots... I'd rather not go through all of them in PS and remove those... I tried canned air but it didn't quite work.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeShootsNScores View Post
    How do you guys clean your mirrors? You see in the second F-22 shot I posted the dust spots... I'd rather not go through all of them in PS and remove those... I tried canned air but it didn't quite work.....
    take its not your mirror thats dirty than. its your censor. i take mine to a shop cause i dont want to risk messing up my censor. its about 50$ but depending on the shop they will clean the whole body and insides.

    if its not your censor its your lens

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    I shoot with the 5D...

    Shot from a Magazine for solons
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    Magazine For Purses
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    Tests For models

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeShootsNScores View Post
    How do you guys clean your mirrors? You see in the second F-22 shot I posted the dust spots... I'd rather not go through all of them in PS and remove those... I tried canned air but it didn't quite work.....
    I'm sure you just mistyped, B. Your mirror doesn't do much besides redirecting the image into your viewfinder. If it's dirty, you won't see it on the images taken, but on the image you're seeing through your viewfinder.

    Any sensor dust I've encountered on any of my Nikon bodies has been relatively easy to remove. Put the camera into mirror up mode for cleaning, then holding it with the hole facing downward, aim a rocket blower to blow upward into the cavity, being careful not to let the tip touch the sensor (you really shouldn't even need to put the blower tip into the cavity at all). Give it a couple six or eight good powerful shots of air, then mount a freshly-cleaned lens onto the body and give it a shot again. I check mine by shooting a clean white wall with a flash and I stop the aperture down as far as it will go. If you've still got dust spots, repeat the above until they're gone. If any of them are stubborn, you'll probably have to take it in to a Nikon-authorized service center for a sensor cleaning...unless you're brave enough to try one of the wet-cleaning systems out there.

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    The wet sensor cleaning method really should not be that big of a deal. Remember, the sensor is not exposed, you're really cleaning a piece of plastic on top. Also, the lenspen people make a dry pen for cleaning the sensor (I think it is called SensorKlear). Many people swear by it, including pros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBJ View Post
    I'm sure you just mistyped, B. Your mirror doesn't do much besides redirecting the image into your viewfinder. If it's dirty, you won't see it on the images taken, but on the image you're seeing through your viewfinder.

    Any sensor dust I've encountered on any of my Nikon bodies has been relatively easy to remove. Put the camera into mirror up mode for cleaning, then holding it with the hole facing downward, aim a rocket blower to blow upward into the cavity, being careful not to let the tip touch the sensor (you really shouldn't even need to put the blower tip into the cavity at all). Give it a couple six or eight good powerful shots of air, then mount a freshly-cleaned lens onto the body and give it a shot again. I check mine by shooting a clean white wall with a flash and I stop the aperture down as far as it will go. If you've still got dust spots, repeat the above until they're gone. If any of them are stubborn, you'll probably have to take it in to a Nikon-authorized service center for a sensor cleaning...unless you're brave enough to try one of the wet-cleaning systems out there.

    I'm not.
    Right... sensor... not mirror. Why I said that I have no idea.... thanks!

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