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02/21/2007 01:53:48 PM · #1
Clone out sensor dust?

Message edited by author 2007-02-21 13:54:24.
02/21/2007 01:54:18 PM · #2
No
02/21/2007 01:54:57 PM · #3
No.
02/21/2007 01:55:21 PM · #4
Originally posted by KarenNfld:

No

sensor dust?
02/21/2007 01:56:39 PM · #5
Nope
02/21/2007 01:56:44 PM · #6
Originally posted by the Minimal Editing Rules:

You may not:

* spot-edit your entry for any purpose.

02/21/2007 01:57:13 PM · #7
No

No editing other than sharpening using standard sharpening tools and direct grey scale conversion is allowed.

Originally posted by TIHadi:

Originally posted by KarenNfld:

No

sensor dust?
02/21/2007 01:57:29 PM · #8
No spot edit of any kind.

minimal editing rules
02/21/2007 01:58:03 PM · #9
Me guesses the 400D sensor cleaner is not perfect? ;-)
02/21/2007 01:58:07 PM · #10
I just clicked on the "Basic Editing" rules under the current challenge, and this is what it says:

You may not:
spot-edit your entry, except to remove sensor dust or hot pixels.


So it would seem that the answer to the OP's questions is yes. What am I missing?

02/21/2007 01:58:34 PM · #11
Originally posted by Zal:

I just clicked on the "Basic Editing" rules under the current challenge, and this is what it says:

You may not:
spot-edit your entry, except to remove sensor dust or hot pixels.


So it would seem that the answer to the OP's questions is yes. What am I missing?


He's asking about "minimal" not "basic".
02/21/2007 01:58:48 PM · #12
Originally posted by Zal:

I just clicked on the "Basic Editing" rules under the current challenge, and this is what it says:

You may not:
spot-edit your entry, except to remove sensor dust or hot pixels.


So it would seem that the answer to the OP's questions is yes. What am I missing?


Well, he is asking about MINIMAL editing, not basic editing.
02/21/2007 01:59:13 PM · #13
Zal - The question was not about "Basic Editing", the question was about "Minimal Editing"

Originally posted by Zal:

I just clicked on the "Basic Editing" rules under the current challenge, and this is what it says:

You may not:
spot-edit your entry, except to remove sensor dust or hot pixels.


So it would seem that the answer to the OP's questions is yes. What am I missing?
02/21/2007 01:59:25 PM · #14
Originally posted by ursula:

No spot edit of any kind.

minimal editing rules


OK. but dust on the senser showing feels like something one NEEDS to hide.
02/21/2007 02:00:00 PM · #15
Originally posted by TIHadi:

Originally posted by ursula:

No spot edit of any kind.

minimal editing rules


OK. but dust on the senser showing feels like something one NEEDS to hide.


Well, the way to deal with it in "minimal" is to have a very clean sensor.

The idea of "minimal" is "straight from the camera", so you'll have to adjust your settings to maximize the camera's ability to make the image you want to make - that would include making sure the sensor is clean.

Message edited by author 2007-02-21 14:01:00.
02/21/2007 02:00:04 PM · #16
Originally posted by TIHadi:

Originally posted by ursula:

No spot edit of any kind.

minimal editing rules


OK. but dust on the senser showing feels like something one NEEDS to hide.


Clean your sensor before you shoot, problem solved.
02/21/2007 02:00:15 PM · #17
Then clean your sensor or hide the dust behind something dark in the image.

Originally posted by TIHadi:

Originally posted by ursula:

No spot edit of any kind.

minimal editing rules


OK. but dust on the senser showing feels like something one NEEDS to hide.
02/21/2007 02:00:46 PM · #18
Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

Me guesses the 400D sensor cleaner is not perfect? ;-)


Not by a long shot.
02/21/2007 02:00:49 PM · #19
:-D I was wondering how'd it work out in real world situations.

Message edited by author 2007-02-21 14:02:01.
02/21/2007 02:02:52 PM · #20
Originally posted by pccjrose:

Then clean your sensor or hide the dust behind something dark in the image.

Originally posted by TIHadi:

Originally posted by ursula:

No spot edit of any kind.

minimal editing rules


OK. but dust on the senser showing feels like something one NEEDS to hide.


LOOOL Minimal editing shoot for a tree or trees and now I have to add another variable to the frame. NOOO thanks . let it show.
02/21/2007 02:03:16 PM · #21
Originally posted by TIHadi:

Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

Me guesses the 400D sensor cleaner is not perfect? ;-)


Not by a long shot.


:( That's sad.

Another idea, besides "hiding" sensor spots, when you use shallow DOF sensor spots show up less, although you'd have to have the right picture for using shallow DOF.

Remember that you can't crop the image either.
02/21/2007 02:04:32 PM · #22
We should just have a 'bot to search out any thread with the words "is" "minimal editing" and "allowed" and post the answer...."no".
02/21/2007 02:05:32 PM · #23
Originally posted by DrAchoo:

We should just have a 'bot to search out any thread with the words "is" "minimal editing" and "allowed" and post the answer...."no".


LMAO... so true!
02/21/2007 02:06:12 PM · #24
Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

:-D I was wondering how'd it work out in real world situations.


It is perfect and more than perfect on every day dust. PERFECT. But the problem is with the dust that arrived with the camera adhered to the sensor from Canon and it just wont go away.
02/22/2007 12:14:37 AM · #25
Minimal Editing Question: Rotation is allowed. How about 'flip image' horizontally or vertically? Just curious :D
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