The dust bunny trouble with using a camera with a mirror and interchangeable lenses is a long standing problem, even after cleaning the sensor.
I wanted to use a small aperture of f22 for this shot to slow everything down as I didn't have a neutral density filter, and that's where the trouble starts because a small aperture shows all the dust bunnies.
Every one of those stands out like a sore thumb at 100% and not only does it fail my own QC, it would fail Alamy QC, and get me a short uploading ban.
Canon 6d 10 seconds ISO 100 @ f22. Poniente beach and Peacock Island, Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Spain.
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