Gold Severum

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  1. seamus14

    seamus14 TPF Noob!

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    Fish tank pictures are not easy, for me anyway. I need to work on my lighting, still using on camera. C+C welcomed and appreciated.

    Thanks for looking.

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    i'm stil very much an amature, but i really like it. the angle of the fish, the vibrant, but not overwheliming color and its placement within the frame. well done.
     
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    Mike_E No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice but I think you could find better lighting than the hood's florescent. It gives a sickly cast to the translucent fins. Otherwise, pat yourself on the back.

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    Very true and something I didn't consider was that fixture. One of the bulbs is a 50/50 bulb with one of the 50s being blue light. I will use different lighting in the future. Thanks for pointing that out.
     
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    I agree! Great shot! I love the angle of the fish and to be honest I didn't notice the transparency color until it was brought up... I just thought that was the color they were supposed to be. I love it.
     

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