The Digital Photo Guy

dSLR Sensor Cleaning Tools

by on Jun.19, 2011, under gear, Lightroom, Monday Morning Tips, Photo Editing

$3 Webinar – Overview of Photo Editing Programs

Do you use Photoshop CS5 or Photoshop Elements 9 or Lightroom 3? Perhaps you use a combination of two or more programs. Do you know the differences among the three and which is best for your needs?

On Sunday, June 26 at 6PM Pacific Time, in a short webinar, I’ll explain how the programs differ and what’s best for beginner, intermediate and advanced digital photographers. Click this LINK to register.

How to Clean Your dSLR Sensor – Video

Cleaning your dSLR sensor is a critical part of an efficient workflow. How much time do you want to spend cloning dust spots off your images. And, Murphy’s Law says you will never see that final dust spot until after you print at 17″ x 22″, consuming a huge amount of ink. That actually happened to me the other day. A local gallery asked me for a print of Mono Lake Sunrise (left.) I didn’t see the two dust bunnies until after I printed. That required me to open the photo in Lightroom, clone out the spots and reprint, a monumental waste of time.

Cleaning a sensor is not rocket science but it requires the right tools and ability to follow instructions. The video of the webinar will be upload here later this week. In it, I show you the needed tools, where to buy them and how to use them.

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