By V Renée
Your camera is bound to get dirty. Here’s how to clean it in the safest, most effective way possible.
Dirt and dust is going to find their way onto your gear, especially if you shoot outdoors in places with a lot of floating particles in the air, and once they accumulate they can really ruin the quality of your shots. This is why cleaning your gear, including lenses, camera body, and sensor, is so important, but you have to know how to do it right. In this tutorial, filmmaker Peter McKinnon shows you a few safe and effective ways to clean your delicate and expensive lenses and DSLRs. Check it out below:
Whether it’s due to ignorance or just pure laziness, there are a lot of people that don’t clean their gear correctly. Case in point: how many times have you seen someone clean their lens by wiping it with the bottom of their shirt, or by blowing on it, or by using their dirty, greasy finger?
From:: No Film School