Keeping the Sensor Clean - Lens Change in Bad Weather

5/26/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Keeping the Sensor Clean - Lens Change in Bad Weather

In this video, Michael Breitung shows you how he changes lenses in bad weather. When the wind is blowing, when there's sand and dust in the air or close to the sea it's important, not to expose the sensor to the elements for too long.



Otherwise, there will be dust spots in all of the photos and a lot of work needed in post-processing. With his lens change technique, you can avoid this.


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About Michael Breitung:


I'm a freelance landscape photographer who also likes to process his photos. On my channel, I show you tutorials about some of my post-processing techniques and from time to time I take you behind the scenes of my landscape photography shoots. I'm constantly trying to improve, so I hope my tutorials will get better and better with time.

Let's Get Connected: www.mibreit-photo.com |   Facebook | Instagram


Text, image and video via Michael Breitung



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