Holy SHIT, what the hell did you do with your camera to have that much dust on its sensor?
I'm curious if the Canon service will do a good job cleaning it, because from a couple of people I heard that they are a bit sloppy sometimes...
Concerning the picture... you're a bit late for Yellow Day, aren't you?...
I like it, has a very fresh look.
LOL I didn't do anything to my camera... just a bit too much used (over 10 000 photos in 1 year)
In fact you can take the same test to see if you have any dust on your own CMOS sensor:
- set your camera to Av mode and set it at the minimum aperture (f.32 or 36 for example)
- set your lens to manual focus and set it to focus to infinity
- set the exposure compensation at +1
- take a picture while moving of a uniformly illuminated target (ex: a white wall)
The shot should take a few to many seconds to complete, depending on the lighting. You can then edit the photo in Photoshop and apply the AutoLevels effect. That will create a huge contrast between the dust and the subject. Send me the result when you've done it
Thanks for your comment However, for yellow day, I had another yellow deviation!! lol
Well, I think one should clean its cameras sensor at least once a month, depending on how much someone is using their camera and changing lenses. I really wonder how you could take pictures with such a dusty sensor.
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