So while holidaying in NZ we had some issues with things getting on the lens or sensor (to be honest I am not really sure how it all works and where the dust ends up?!?) thus marks were showing up on our photos. Grrrrrrr. As were taking a lot of scenery shots the marks really stand out.
So I called Canon today and they said that this happens, (we have had our camera 18 months and some friends have the same camera and have never had to have it cleaned) – this is our third time. We are careful when changing the lenses (which we don’t do very often) and keep the camera stored in a camera bag,
Anyhoo, the man at Canon told me that it would be a good idea to get a ‘Bulb Blower’, so it looks like I will. I was wondering if there are any other budding or pro photographers out there who might have some advice about what to get to clean the inside and about how to minimize this happening. It is really frustrating to see things all over your pretty photos - I am hoping photo shop might help fix up the little marks but I would rather know how to clean the camera or prevent this happening so I don't have to spend time photo shopping our pics!
I have only recently started getting into photography but I am really hoping to maybe do a course of some kind very soon and start taking it more seriously so I would love any top tips!
Nixter = a little bit disappointed about her camera and photo's!