Koi, Boiling

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  1. sabbath999

    sabbath999 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    EXIF: KODAK Z712 IS, 1/400s f/3.2 ISO64 21.1mm (35mm eq:126mm)
     
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    Wow! Dense pack of mouths to feed... so many fish lips! :lol:

    -Shea
     
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    ISO 64? Wish I could go down that low. My minimum is 200 :( Nice shot BTW [​IMG]
     
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    All that means is that my sensor (remember, this is a cheapo point & shoot) isn't nearly as sensitive as yours.

    Your camera's ISO 200 looks better than this cheapo's sensor at 64. Low ISO doesn't mean better quality images.
     
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    Holy cow, that's awesome to see so many gaping fishmouths in one shot! And so colourful. Nicely done
     
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    sooo which one did you kiss then? clearly your fans were calling out to you ;)

    I do like this shot - a very busy wildlife shot (something that is not often encouraged or shot these days)
     
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    Wow crazy shot. I love it.
     
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    nice rarely seen shot

    great title too! boiling... lol
     
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    I see what you mean, it's just that sometimes I wish I had ISO 100 for actions shots in strong sunlight. However, I guess that's what filters are for :) And I'll admit I didn't know ISO values went below 100 before you posted this [​IMG]
     
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    gnarly shot mate! great colors, I would never guess it was taken with a point n shoot
     
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    Nice capture! Reminds me of what I see when I go to the botanical gardens in St. Louis. Thanks for sharing.
     

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