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    Rosita

    A very weary looking Pony at a roadside attraction.
    K100D with kit lens

    The only shot of 20 from today that I can use without tremendous PP'ing.
    The rest have smudges that will not blow off the sensor.
    I can see a faint haze with unaided eye is suspect area.
    It is enough to put me off DSLR's altogether.
    Argh.
    I feel as down as Rosita looks.

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    Love Rosita! Lovely color and detail, Lili. She does seem quite sad though, weary, I imagine.

    Sorry to hear about the smudgy sensor on your Pentax ... that stinks. Have you tried cleaning it yet?
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    Re: Rosita

    Quote Originally Posted by Joan View Post
    Love Rosita! Lovely color and detail, Lili. She does seem quite sad though, weary, I imagine.

    Sorry to hear about the smudgy sensor on your Pentax ... that stinks. Have you tried cleaning it yet?
    Thank you Joan,
    I do not have more than giotto blower type thing.
    Ordered a cleaning kit from Amazon, we'll see.
    It is not noticeable even in this shot;

    But it is in the upper right corner, with blue or gray background you see shadows there.

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    Re: Rosita

    I've never cleaned a sensor either, so I can understand your trepidation. That's one reason I like the Oly and Panny 4/3 cameras, the dustbusters are really great.

    Good luck, and I like the B&W shot, too. Maybe you can introduce some deliberate vignetting to mask the smudges in some of your others (?)
    Regards,
    Joan

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