Marine CC Please

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  1. EricBrian

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    I like the colors!
     
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    in this one i wish there wasnt such a shallow DOF. still good colors could use a little brighter exposure if you ask me but just personal opinion.
     
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    Thanks. :)

    This is one of the photos I took first when I got my camera and macro lens.
     
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    What is this? Is it corral? It looks awsome whatever it is! I like the colors.
     
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    Yes, it is a coral. I don't its name, though. It is some kind of SPS (Small Polyp Stony; hard).
     
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    I like it, find it nicely sharp where the focus is, and find it is no wonder DOF is so shallow, this being a macro shot. The colours are wonderful. What was your light source?
     
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    love it!!!!!
     
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    When I took this image, my flash fired. But also, coming through on the top of the tank were metal halides.

    Yes, the reason why I used the macro lense is so that I can get the polyps. They would have otherwise been too small. The same for this one:

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    This picture on Flickr.

    Also, thank you for the kind words.

    (Hmmm... I wonder why the EXIF info isn't available. Does Flickr remove that info?)
     
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    Great shot, sharp and super colours. :thumbup:

    Did you have to use a filter to shoot cleanly through the water?
     
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    No, no filter. The photo with the green polyps had spots in it from particulates floating in the water. But, I photoshoped them away. :)

    I did not edit the second photo.
     

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