Rocky Mnt Trip Part II

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by Rogueplayer, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. Rogueplayer

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    Both sets are great! Incredible views and nice job capturing them! I love the waterfall down between the rock "walls" :)

    Is that some dust on your sensor in the first one of this set?
     

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    Thank you.

    Yes/No

    Stains on my lens as a result of raining in Yellowstone.
     
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    Ah.

    I once thought I had sensor dust in a shot of a frog sitting on weathered boards. I never did figure out what the spot on the board was but I finally noticed it moved in every shot depending on how I was holding the camera while remaining in the same place on the board. I almost drove myself nuts hunting the dust on the sensor because I couldn't find it.

    Later I learned all about sensor dust when my sky was freckled :shocked:
     
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    there are few places as beautiful as the western united states.big sky county all of it.