Some from the aquarium

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  1. THORHAMMER

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    Wish I could bring my tripod in next time maybye...

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    I like the ray and the gouper(?).

    Colors in all are good.
     
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    bump ---

    (think I posted at a weird time, whoosh it was gone to the bottom !! )
     
  4. Love 'em, esp. the lobsters. I'm a diver, and I love seeing them underwater. They often live in large groups - hundreds - in crevices and around corral. Very weird to see them there, waiting for night. They're nocturnal, so during the day they just sort of sit there.
     
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    Like them all, thanks for posting these. Makes me wanna take my camera down to the nearest aquarium :lol:
     
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    I never would have thought that you could get such great shots at an aquarium. I love the color.
     
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    Excellent shots! Love the color. Thanks for sharing. :D

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    How could a tripod make brilliant photos such as these any better, I wonder? It will never wipe the glass for you where that would need to be done! Else these photos are all really good! Only the fish look unhappy and would not smile for you ... :grumpy:

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    I just noticed this question was never awnsered.

    the tripod would have allowed me to shoot a much sharper picture, also less iso = less noise. and maybye little less shallow DOF.

    Also, instead of being stuck with the 50mm , I could use the 28-75 and
    get much more in the shot 28mm vs 50mm

    Also, I could get a higher shutter speed and also have sharpnes, so I could catch many more interesting shots with quick moving fish that you dont see here !!!!

    A tripod is almost always better. More options.
     
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    Nice series! Makes me even more anxious for Lobster season to get here so we can get some nice fresh lobster!!!!
     
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    Great Shots but where's the lobsters? All our bugs have clawsLOL
     

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