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.
It isn’t on the lenses… it appears when I use the regular lens or the zoomy telephoto one.
I cleaned both ends of both of those, and tested the camera.
I even used lens wipes to clean the two little mirrors inside the camera housing.
And it is still there.
I know it isn’t the end of the world. It is just a spot.
It is pretty easy to get rid of in Photoshop. That is what I did with the other photos I took on this trip.
But it is just so annoying.
I guess I have to take the camera into a camera store. Do they do inner cleanings?
Out, damn spot! I’m being followed by a moon shadow. Bonus points if you get both of those references.
You can hardly see the spot in some photos, depending on what I am taking a picture of.
But it is driving me freekin’ crazy.