Yup, my camera now has a ‘spot’ that shows up on every photo… dang it…

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And, of course, it first showed up in all those photos I took on that two-day trip I went on with my younger daughter, Mollie, to see snow and mega-blooms of flowers.

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It isn’t on the lenses… it appears when I use the regular lens or the zoomy telephoto one.

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I cleaned both ends of both of those, and tested the camera.

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I even used lens wipes to clean the two little mirrors inside the camera housing.

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And it is still there.

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I know it isn’t the end of the world. It is just a spot.

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It is pretty easy to get rid of in Photoshop. That is what I did with the other photos I took on this trip.

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But it is just so annoying.

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I guess I have to take the camera into a camera store. Do they do inner cleanings?

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Out, damn spot! I’m being followed by a moon shadow. Bonus points if you get both of those references.

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You can hardly see the spot in some photos, depending on what I am taking a picture of.

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But it is driving me freekin’ crazy.

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10 Responses to Yup, my camera now has a ‘spot’ that shows up on every photo… dang it…

  1. List of X says:

    It’s not the end of the world, but it does look like a period at the end of the world.

  2. weggieboy says:

    Ugh! I’d go crazy, too! That is really irritating, especially since it appears to be an internal problem.

  3. Christopher says:

    That’s no moon…

  4. It’s the federal government, Art. They’re following your every move. Every breath you take; every move you make – they’re watching you. They do the same to me. In my case, though, it comes in the form of ex-lovers or cute little puppies. I used to see them and think, ‘Oh, wonderful!’ Then I realized the truth about their presence. That’s why I severed ties with that BDSM club.

    It happens to all of us artist types. It means you’ve caught their attention and have probably pissed off someone. In other words – you’ve done something right! Weird on, brother!

  5. That would drive me crazy, too, Art. Hopefully, your camera shop can fix it for you.

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