A Walk Through the Aquarium

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  1. drgibson

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    On a trip to Tennessee we went to the Tessessee Aquarium. I went in without my monopod or tripod, I was in a spot so I put on my 105mm macro and lied to the CCD and cleaned them up in post processing.

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    As usual Fuji S2 Nikkor 105mm 2.8

    Y'all thought I was gonna show you pictures of fish didn't ya? ;)
     
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    May be a dumb question but wwhat is "lied to the ccd"?

    I like #3 the best although I think the DOF is a little to thin.
    #2,And #4 are also what I like.
    Just my personal taste .I am in no way trying to tell your Photos are lacking.
     
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    beautiful collection, very vibrant in colour!
     
  4. drgibson

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    Basically all I did was bump up the ISO to 1000 and then I shot everything underexposed 2 steps which the Fuji Raw file converter will allow me to recover from with a very minimal loss if any. And as you can tell there is also very little noise thanks to the Kick butt CCD it has.

    As for the DOF I bleieve I was shooting at 2.8f 1/90 of a second due to there somewhat active state and the crowds. Also used a circrular polarizer to kill the reflections of the glass. No flash.

    Come on ppls C&C please.
     
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    Nice set.
    I like what you did with the ISO and underexposing it 2stops and recovering afterwards, I'll have to give that a shot myself ;D

    My own crit is the border.
    You seem to use it on all your work and I just find it distracting rather than helping the image.
     
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    #2 #3 #4 are my Favorites Nice Set of Photos... i Wanted to see Fish :'(
     
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    Yeah the border isn't the best.
     

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