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Aug 15, 2011 11:04 |  #5941

SarakByrne wrote in post #12930420 (external link)
Prob my favorite :)

Looks like your sensor is almost as dirty as mine :)

Yeah it's a mess, and I just had it cleaned by Canon about a month ago too:rolleyes:

I need to find out how to use the spot removal tool in Lightroom, I could also try to use the rocket blower, just lazy....:p


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Aug 15, 2011 11:38 |  #5942

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Aug 15, 2011 12:12 |  #5943

Cassie wrote in post #12938767 (external link)
I need to find out how to use the spot removal tool in Lightroom

its SOOOO easy, just click it where you need to fix (use [and] to change brush size) and it *should* pick a nice replacement area.. you can move that around if it didnt.. and hit done :)


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Aug 15, 2011 13:17 |  #5944

SarakByrne wrote in post #12939117 (external link)
its SOOOO easy, just click it where you need to fix (use [and] to change brush size) and it *should* pick a nice replacement area.. you can move that around if it didnt.. and hit done :)

Totally agree, I think its better and easier than PS spot removal tool


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Aug 15, 2011 14:25 as a reply to  @ jhayesphotography's post |  #5945

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Might be possible, who knows. I'm going to try though. (S)he was going by a woman's name in the emails but I'm doubt it's accurate. I researched the name a little and found someone but I don't think it's them. We'll see what I can do though.

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Gah Leica is dangerous, I am soo close selling all my canon gear for an m8. Jeez, what should I do to overcome the temptation!

The easiest way to get over temptation from an M8 is to pick up an M9. :)


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Aug 15, 2011 14:30 |  #5946

SarakByrne wrote in post #12939117 (external link)
its SOOOO easy, just click it where you need to fix (use [and] to change brush size) and it *should* pick a nice replacement area.. you can move that around if it didnt.. and hit done :)

Thanks Sara!!! I will try it again later today, I just used the rocket blower on the sensor and it looks a lot better:)


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Aug 15, 2011 16:20 as a reply to  @ Cassie's post |  #5947

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Aug 15, 2011 16:31 |  #5948

-g- wrote in post #12939905 (external link)
The easiest way to get over temptation from an M8 is to pick up an M9.

I just ended up taking a cold shower and grabbing my canon gear to fondle whilst looking at the price of the 24-70. (I so shouldn't but I so wan't to...)

TBH this forum is really, really bad for your wallet. I mean I have hardly shot anything in like a month and just got a 580 EX II and now I am looking at new lenses n stuff. Guess I should just go out and shoot with what I have.


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Aug 15, 2011 17:13 |  #5949

Mookalafalas wrote in post #12938466 (external link)
You'll have to look at the pictures and decide. The sigmas 30, 50, and 85 at near wide open on your T2i will look pretty comparable to a 50, 85, and 135 on a FF, so might want to start with those. That nice sig 17-50 (and the sig 30) will be worthless if you go FF (later). Maybe you should work on the lenses first and then decide? The T2i is no slouch, but FF does add to that nice shallow DOF look...

I had a sig30 and the lack of MA was tough to get over..


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Aug 15, 2011 19:07 |  #5950

Mookalafalas: great shots!


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Aug 15, 2011 19:39 |  #5951

Cassie wrote in post #12938767 (external link)
Yeah it's a mess, and I just had it cleaned by Canon about a month ago too:rolleyes:

I need to find out how to use the spot removal tool in Lightroom, I could also try to use the rocket blower, just lazy....:p

Down here I often have to clean my 5D sensor every day, especially if I change lenses outdoors.


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Aug 15, 2011 19:47 |  #5952

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I had a sig30 and the lack of MA was tough to get over..

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Aug 16, 2011 05:15 as a reply to  @ jwcdds's post |  #5955

-g- wrote in post #12939905 (external link)
The easiest way to get over temptation from an M8 is to pick up an M9. :)

Classic!:lol:

Bang Bang Boy wrote in post #12940631 (external link)
I just ended up taking a cold shower and grabbing my canon gear to fondle whilst looking at the price of the 24-70. (I so shouldn't but I so wan't to...)

TBH this forum is really, really bad for your wallet. I mean I have hardly shot anything in like a month and just got a 580 EX II and now I am looking at new lenses n stuff. Guess I should just go out and shoot with what I have.

And you say this without Perry as a regular contributor. You think it's bad now?...You ain't seen nothing until he comes on here. :D


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