Please C/C some aquarium and reptile shots

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  1. tahmail

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    I'm trying to improve on aquarium shots and wildlife closeups - short of going macro. Any comments welcome.

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    The four aquarium shots are pretty good, although the second one suffers from some very severe noise. The last two, of the snakes, are pretty good as well, but I find that the lighting is rather flat in both of them. Let me guess, using the built-in flash? And if not, try flash off-camera to get more depth with your lighting. Overall, good stuff!
     
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    You're absolutely righton Trenton - built in flash. Guess I'd better invest in a cord for remote use of the flash. I'm not sure if I could have gotten much more of an angle with a remote because the glass viewing area was rather small. Thanks for the comment.
     

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