|If you would like to take pictures and avoid capturing
dust particles aka orbs aka dorbs, try the following:
Prepare your location and sit for at least several minutes,
the longer, the better, and let the air settle before starting your shots.
I cursed having a cigarette once for it ruined the validity
of an incredible wisp shot, yet it served to show the air movement at that
location and at that time.
A step further would be to make sure there are no particles
in front of your camera by creating rapid air flow for several feet, depth
determined by your camera and settings.
Document your movement. Since you generally do not have the ability to notate exactly what was happening at the time of one photograph, (unless you have someone documenting the wind was blowing during picture 4, etc) bring a notepad and a black marker. Scribble a note "Rain started" and take a picture of the notepad before you start taking pictures of the rain.
During a dust experiment, I would take pictures to indicate
what was happening.
Take as many pictures as possible. It is far better to have too many than regretting a lost shot.
Always take several rapid shots of the same thing. The change in content can be amazing.
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