Sea Aquarium part I

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  1. doenoe

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    I went to a Sea Aquarium thingie last sunday and made some pics
    Here they are:
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    some of those are amazing

    #4 has to be my fave but I'd want to clone out blob of colour on the right hand side

    #8 is just mad, but in a good way, just what is the bottom part of the photo?
     
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    # 7 and 10 for me. Great series as always.

    May I ask if you used some kind of flash or worked with what was available from the aquarium?
     
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    Thanks for the comments you 2 :)
    The fish in #4 was abnormally small, like 5cm or something. So i was glad that i got it in the pic, never even noticed the color blob....but indeed, i could have cloned that one out. The one in #8 was swimming on the bottom of the tank, against the glass. His reflection is on a plastic strip, that was on my side of the glass.
    I didnt use a flash for these, but ill probably gonna try that next time. Just to get some faster speeds. Loads of the pics i made this time have some movement in them. Anyways, i used the light that was available from the tank.
     
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    Daan, what great results you got! I KNOW how hard it is to get pics in places like that...blur is soooo often the result. 4, 7, 9 and 12 are my faves, but it was tough to narrow it down.
     
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    Thanks :)
    Some pics here are a bit blurred too, but i liked them anyway. Ah well, im still learning. At a point i will get tack-sharp pics....constantly :)
     
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    They are GREAT shots!!! 5, 7 and 10 for me.
     

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