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Never assume that just because your camera has been outside for an hour or so before you take your first picture that the lens won't be fogged up. I was shooting with the LCD turned off, as it was too bright for me to see it anyway. We'll have to wait until next summer's trip to Port Aransas to see if I've finally learned this lesson.
I love how this thread keeps coming back. There's something about the universal sucktitude of some photos which everyone, from resident ace TJ to published author lparent to the basest amateur of us, that reminds us how even the great Ansel Adams didn't publish everything.Sorta like this macro shot where the blooms six feet away are in focus but the featured blooms are hopelessly blurry (and overexposed):
Right I shoot, on average, about 60 to 70% suckage. I delete it all so that no one ever sees it
Looks like your camera might benefit from being put in a desiccator for a few days. An Aggie desiccator using a large Ziplock bag and a cup of rice might work wonders.
That had to be a sickening sound... I bet it's like the sound when a laptop crashes to a floor (been there, done that).
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