Have you ever done this while editing your photos?

10 months 2 weeks ago #651724 by KENT MELTON
I'm going to toss myself under the bus and have a little fun and use myself as an example.  

This evening I'm trying to clean up a few photos.  They all have 4 dots on them and I'm getting pissed off because they won't disappear with the the clone stamp!  Well it turns out these dust spots aren't on the photos, it's my stupid computer screen!  Geeezzzz!!!   :pinch:

Note to self, keep the computer screen clean!  :rofl:


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10 months 2 weeks ago #651728 by Nikon Shooter
Though I always take good care of the cleanness of my sensors
and screens, it is always possible that something appears after
a simple sneeze of else. In a production rush, I may neglect my
screen but then I move the window, if the spot doesn't move, it
is on the screen… if it does, it is on the sensor.

In any case, it is always annoying!

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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10 months 2 weeks ago #651844 by Miss Polly
Yep, have done that, but noticed the screen and whipped before I got worked up.  


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10 months 2 weeks ago #651845 by Miss Polly
Yep, have done that, but noticed the screen and whipped before I got worked up.  


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10 months 2 weeks ago #651864 by Sanford
No, can't say I have done that.  My computer is always clean.  I'm a bit of a germ and dirt nut.  I always wipe my computer down after using it.  


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10 months 1 week ago #652426 by Marinan
Lol not long ago I worked on my son's portrait and tried to remove a spot. It was right on the chin where my son used to have a mole...


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10 months 1 week ago #652878 by MM Images
I have a bad habit of swapping out my glass when there is nasty wind conditions.  So believe me, this happens often for me.  :pinch:


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10 months 3 days ago #653210 by Stacy Craig
Guilty as charged, but only once.  And to be fair about this, I had just come back from shooting in extremely windy conditions.  


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