Sunday, June 18, 2006

Wind Outtake: Sailboats at Pier Park

Wind Outtake: Sailboats at Pier Park, Lake St. Clair, Michigan, photo by Mary Stebbins Taitt. Here's one with three boats. I do not have time right now to remove all the wretched sensor spots, so I may repost this if I have time later. I did nothing to it but adjust the levels slightly. I took this last night (6-15). We have lots of sailboats, but I can't get close to them. I have lots more but because of the sensor spots, they take a lot of time to properly prepare. Posted by Picasa

4 comments:

valerie said...

i have some of those spots on a few photos but I thought it was from the lens. what are sensor spots? bright blue water & bright boats make for intense colour.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

dust and dirt get on the sensor which is the light collector for the digital image--it is very deliicate and should be professionally cleaned. Some camera have sensor shakers and soem allow you to blow the dust off.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Some of the spots here are from fish flises rather than sensor spots. But some are sensor spots. There were LOTS of fishflies that night!

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