the triplets

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UploadedMay 31, 2009
TakenMay 31, 2009
MakeNikon
ModelCOOLPIX S550
Exposure10/2853 sec at f/4.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length14.2 mm
ISO64
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This shot annoys me too much... I have this annoying piece of hair or something INSIDE my little Nikon, and it shows up as a squiggle on EVERY PHOTO I take. I've had to use only my Canon for the past month, which irritates me, since the Nikon was bought to REPLACE the Canon. Does anyone know how to get rid of this thing??

6 responses

  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece gave props (1 Jun 2009):

    I've never seen three buildings so close together look exactly the same! Great capture Molly : )

  • Aaron Mythen

    Aaron Mythen gave props (16 Jun 2009):

    Cool :))

  • Sherry Davis Johnson

    Sherry Davis Johnson gave props (23 Jun 2009):

    Cool shot! Are those buildings in New Jersy on the Husdon river?

  • molly .

    molly . said (23 Jun 2009):

    yes, they are.

  • Peter Rowley

    Peter Rowley said (14 Jul 2009):

    The hair may be on the CCD. There are proprietary cleaners to remove / prevent crud on the CCD, It is the subject of one of the podcasts of "This Week in Photography".

    http://www.flickr.com/groups/twip/

    As to the picture, it makes an excellent monochrome subject.

    Peter

  • Peter Rowley

    Peter Rowley said (17 Jul 2009):

    http://www.flickr.com/groups/twip/discuss/72157621461907116/

    Hope these suggestions were useful

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