I was photoing ice fisherman....

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  1. hankejp

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    and this flew over the top of my. Couldn't have been more than a couple hunderd feet if that:

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    You have a spot on your sensor or focusing screen. Other then that i feel there is a lot of dead space not adding anything to the shot, particularly on the bottom and right side. Maybe a slight crop (but still keep the rule of thirds in mind)
     
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    Thank you for seeing the spot and for the C&C. It sort of caught me by suprise. I didn't hear it coming in.


    Crap....I see a couple spot now. Another above the plane.
     
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    Had the same problem myself. Went out on bought a Optex Digi-blower (any blower should work) fixed the problem. If the spots are there you will need a sensor cleaning.
     
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    I actually had spots similar to that just from having dust on the lense, so I would clean that first. If that doesn't work that its probably on the sensor... Good shot though
     

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