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This course is for anyone who is using a digital camera. You can be a photographer, videographer, a media guru, a creative student, an udemy instructor, you will figure it out once, to clean your digital sensor with a professional is really expensive, especially when you need to do it quite often.
Maybe you working as a Photographer who just want to make some income to offer a sensor cleaning service in your city after you finished with this course and became a professional sensor cleaner. You also tried to search online some videos or ebooks about the cleaning process but the quality or quantity was never as good to be sure you know enough to start cleaning your sensor by your own.
In this course you will learn how to:
While you will learn everything in this course about sensor cleaning from A - Z, you will also get in every lesson a lot of useful tips & tricks. You will also learn that the sensor cleaning is easy and fun. You also don't have to spend a lot of money on equipments, especially if you will use your own DIY things.
You can complete the complete course in a day, or just spread the time, and learn day-by-day a little.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Are you the right person?Preview
|Section 2: The Checking process|
How to check the sensor?Preview
How to make a sensor checker lens
What methods you can use
|Section 3: The Cleaning Process|
How to use the Rocket Blower or Air Duster
05 How to use the wet sensor cleaning process
How to make a sensor cleaning equipments
|Section 4: After the cleaning process|
How often you should clean your camera?
How NOT to clean your sensor
How to keep my sensor clean
Why sensor cleaning so expensive
I'm a photographer and Nikon professional technician. After I graduated as a mechanical engineer, I finished my second education as a photojournalist. After my studies I started to work as a Nikon technician in The netherlands, and became a professional in my field. After that time I started my own photography business, and i became a commercial photographer and an instructor. Probably I'm one of those photographers on the world who also known as much about photography than the camera and accessories itself because of my photography and technician experience. I have a keen sense of creative vision, bringing life to my photos and art to my photography
I'm a member of the Nikon Professional Photographers (NSP) association. Frequently going for new workshops and seminars to learn, and improve my photography skills, to always keep one step ahead of the competition, and to be able to offer the best services in my sector.
I love to meet, learn from, teach, and share with fellow photographers. I host various photowalks and workshops around the world.