Coney Island C&C Please

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  1. .Cipher

    .Cipher TPF Noob!

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    Some of these were shot through glass at the aquarium, so they have a bit of a haze because of that. not much I could do to get around that unfortunately.
     
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    #7 I understand the problems that occur when shooting through a safety glass, but you could try different WB to change the appearance but can't say I hate how this one look though
    #6 What are those black streaks in the picture
    #5 I feel indifferent about this one
    #4 It looks as if there is a "two window" effect around the anemone (which is actually the other side of the aquarium) which I like; don't like how you had to use the high ISO though
    #3 Is my favorite. Very contrasty. I like how the jelly fish looks to be sleeping in the bed of seaweed. Again the high ISO is noticeable but not as bad as #4
    #2 I like the angle you took it at
    #1 Feel indifferent about this one
    Overall IMO pretty good job
     
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    I'm digging number five. It feels as if I'm in a deep sea submersible staring out the porthole at it.

    I see that you're a fellow New Yorker. :)
     
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    #6 the black streaks are marks on the glass itself, unfortunately.
    Thanks for the great C&C though, its always appreciated.
     

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